The car company that attacked Mitt Romney for falsely claiming it was moving operations overseas is going a step further, ostensibly for President Obama. Chrysler's vice president of design, Ralph Gilles, tweeted Tuesday that the company gave its entire work force the day off to vote. "Let's go!" he wrote.
UAW has been a stalwart supporter of the president and Obama has campaigned heavily on his decision to bail out the auto industry, particularly in the critical swing state of Ohio, where one in eight jobs depends on the industry.
Last week, Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne pushed back on a Romney ad that asserted the company was moving Jeep manufacturing to China. Gilles also pushed back on the assertion when it was made by Donald Trump last week. Gilles tweeted Trump "you are full of ----!"
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