Donnie NASCAR: Toyota Needs To Build NASCAR’s In AMERICA

Japan is a great country. A tremendous country. Not as great as the United States but a very very good country. Samurai’s everywhere here, phenomenal people, been doing a lot of bowing. They’ve been letting little Rocket Man push them around too much. We’re working on helping them shoot down his rockets.

I met with the Prime Minister yesterday. While feeding his goldfish, did you see me feeding the fish? He was giving small socialist pinches. I said Abe, I’m from America and dumped the whole box in there. Capitalism always wins.

I asked Abe if he could get Japanese automakers to build their cars in AMERICA. Several Japanese automobile industry firms have been doing a really a job. And we love it when you build cars, we really do. If you’re a Japanese firm, we love it. We love Japanese people, women, cars. Try building your cars in the United States instead of shipping them over. Is that possible to ask? That’s not rude. Is that rude? I don’t think so. My people said it isn’t rude.

I must say, Toyota and Mazda, where are you? There you are. That’s big stuff, congratulations. Come on, let me shake your hand. No no, let’s shake, I have big hands sorry if your little hands look bad. They’re going to invest $1.6 billion in building a new manufacturing plant, which will create as many as 4,000 new jobs in the United States. That’s a lot of race cars.

People tell me Toyota is building their NASCAR’s in Japan and shipping them over. My people said that not me. That’s very very not smart if it’s what they’re doing. NASCAR is an American sport. BUILD THE CARS HERE.

Thankfully a new billion-dollar plant is going to make a lot of race cars for NASCAR teams. That’s great news for everyone. Lots of jobs, tremendous jobs for everyone. Maybe Mazda will be joining NASCAR too. I didn’t say that. Don’t print that. It’s Fake News. But maybe something is happening.

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