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Many autoworkers like Trump. But his Ford-bashing — not so much.

For workers, executives and supporters doubt whether Trump understands global pressures.        
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Many autoworkers like Trump. But his Ford-bashing -- not so much.

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Ford Motor worker Chris Burns supports the Republican presidential candidate, but believes he is misguided when it comes to his longtime employer        

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