President Trump's social media habits are forcing companies to come up with contingency plans. That's why when Trump went after Toyota Motor Co. on Twitter last month for planning to "build a new plant in Baja, Mexico," executives at the car manufacturer already had an inkling the tweet might be coming — and an idea of what they'd say in response, The Wall Street Journal reported:
In the statement, Toyota corrected Trump's claim, noting the plant will be located in Guanajuato, not Baja, and also pointed to its "$21.9 billion direct investment in the U.S." Trump apparently hasn't said anything to Toyota since.
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