Randi is not Weingarten, American Federation of Teachers President, was pleased with Richard Trumka, the comments from President Trump.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka is always presented in epic wide – on Twitter – from teachers-union boss Randi Weingarten to supposedly keep the door open for a possible Trump endorsement in the year 2020.
Newsmax reported on Wednesday that Trumka would not exclude the possibility of a union, the approval of the President.
“Each [candidate] is being considered,” Trumka said. He added, “we consider each of the candidates running.”
Trumka was just want to can, stating the policy of the union, not to receive, prior to the endorsement process that is nowhere in the vicinity, for a choice of more than two years.
At the same time, he noted, Newsmax that Trump has better with the AFL-CIO members as Mitt Romney in 2012, while Hillary Clinton was worse than President Barack Obama in 2012. And Trumka is trying to explain why some members of the union supported the current President: “you were to change on the search for someone who was in the process of, the economy. You said there were attacks on their health care and the attacks on their pensions.”
He went on to say that most of Trump’s promises for the working people has been broken “or open,” while the President praised the trade.
Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers, really go for it, if you saw the way the story is written with a header, said Trumka “did not exclude, the trade unions are in favour of trump.”
“THE NEED to clarify A typo.. @RichardTrumka please…. the can impossible wrote what she said,” Weingarten.
THE NEED to clarify A typo.. @RichardTrumka please…. the can not impossible to exclude be what you said Trumka, unions are in Favour of the trump card in the year 2020 https://t.co/vMcIE16RYq #Newsmax via @Newsmax_Media
— Randi Weingarten (@rweingarten) August 2, 2018
She also tweeted, “my convos w the members of the union & workers in the United States, it is clear that you against the damage to Trump’s doing. Yes, we want to help him, a steel worker, but his tax-giveaways to the rich, attacks on ACA, its divisions, its attacks on democracy & its cage rearing of children are disqualifications.”
Asked on Thursday about the history and the tweet, an AFL-CIO spokeswoman called the original heading of “click-bait” and stressed the connection of Trumka, the comments can be seen here. At the same panel discussion, Trumka open the concern is not expressed that he wanted to see, stories to tell, he would support trump.
Trumka and the AFL-CIO did endorse Clinton in the 2016 race. And in March of this year, Trumka formation of air bubbles, delivered a speech Trump calls a “zealot” who was “running on hate” and not really a friend of the working class.
Back in January, The hill reported that Trumka said Trump was with his office work, hurt people, ” warning “, if he continues down his current path, the employees are on the search for a new President in the year 2020.” And Trumka was not a fan of the June Supreme court decision, reached with the help of trump justice Neil from gorsuch to pick up, against mandatory union fees for state government workers.
The union boss has tempered his language, but said recently that Trump is in the right direction on the trade, although its rates should be more focused.