WATCH: President Trump hears from steel executives at memorandum signing

President Donald J. Trump signing an executive memorandum which begins an investigation by the Department of Commerce into the implications of foreign steel imports on America’s national security, called a “Section 232” investigation. 4/20/17 

President Donald J. Trump signing an executive memorandum which begins an investigation by the Department of Commerce into the implications of foreign steel imports on America’s national security, called a “Section 232” investigation. (4/20/17)

(L-R) Thomas J. Gibson, president and CEO, American Iron and Steel Institute; Conrad Winkler, President and Chief Executive Officer, EVRAZ North America; Mario Longhi, Vice Chairman, AISI and President and CEO, U.S. Steel; Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross; Ryan Stenger, TimkenSteel; Leo W. Gerard, President, United Steelworkers; Beth Ludwig, AK Steel; John Bass, Nucor; President Donald J. Trump; Katie Larson, SSAB AB; Roger Newport, Vice Chairman, AISI and CEO, AK Steel Corporation; John Brett, Chief executive officer, ArcelorMittal USA Flat Carbon; John Ferriola, Chairman, AISI, and Chairman, CEO and President, Nucor Corporation; Chuck Schmitt, Vice Chairman, AISI and President of SSAB AB; Tim Timken, Chairman, CEO & President, TimkenSteel; Kelly Gannon, U.S. Steel

 

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