Protesters, supporters line up by Snap-on ahead of Trump visit

Protesters gather outside Snap-on in Kenosha, Wis., ahead of President Trump's April 18, 2017 visit. Photo by David Wise, WisPolitics.com
Protesters gather outside Snap-on in Kenosha, Wis., ahead of President Trump's April 18, 2017 visit. Photo by David Wise, WisPolitics.com

By David Wise
WisPolitics.com
KENOSHA: Protesters, supporters and spectators lined both sides of the street in front of the Kenosha-based tool manufacturer Snap-on in anticipation of President Trump's visit.
Trump will speak at the company this afternoon, as well as sign an executive order as part of his "Buy American, Hire American" agenda. The executive order includes a federal government wide-review of agency purchasing policies and a possible change in how the U.S. awards H-1B visas.
Ahead of his visit, dozens of Trump supporters and opponents gathered outside the company, some holding sig...

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