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America's CEOs realized the deals they'd cut with Trump aren't worth it — Detroit's experience shows us why (F)

• Trump blasted automakers like Ford during the presidential campaign. • Ford and GM's CEO joined his advisory councils anyway and logged an early win as a result. • But toxic politics are undermining any deals that would work for corporate America so they cut their losses. A few months after Donald Trump was elected President, I made the rounds at the Detroit auto show in January and tried to get a sense of what the car business thought of the new Chief Executive.
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