The Blue Oval takes a stand.
Williams claims Clinton told him she'd renegotiate the still controversial trade agreement signed into law by her husband way back in 1993.
Ford will invest $1.6 billion to build small cars in Mexico, the company announced today, defying the protests of Donald Trump and angering the UAW.
Ford's Kansas City Assembly Plant, which builds the F-150, is threatening to strike in the coming days if the UAW workers there don't get a new agreement with the Blue Oval soon.
UAW President Dennis Williams believes Donald Trump's idea to move auto manufacturing out of Michigan and pay workers less only harms the middle class.
Dennis Williams, the newly elected president of the UAW, had some tough words for American automakers in his inauguration speech at the 2014 UAW Convention, striking down the possibility of any additional concessions from the 400,000-strong union.
Back in 2010, on the day that Bob King was elected president of the United Auto Workers, replacing Ron Gettelfinger, Dennis Williams was elected secretary-treasurer of the union. Last December, Williams was nominated to replace King when King's tenure concluded this month, and as of yesterday, Williams is the new president of the UAW. Gary Walkowicz challenged Williams for the position - Walkowicz ran against King as well - but Williams won all but 55 of the 3,270 votes.