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Trump Receives Report on U.S. Security Threat of Car Imports

  • Commerce Department doesn’t offer any insights on findings
  • President has 90 days to decide on any action such as tariffs
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Trump Receives Car Import Threat Report
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President Donald Trump has received the findings of a probe into whether imported vehicles pose a national security threat, which could lead the U.S. to impose tariffs.

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has submitted his recommendations to Trump, the department said in a statement on Sunday in Washington, without offering any insights into the findings. Trump has 90 days to decide whether to act on the findings.