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This week, General Motors announced the closure of several plants and the end of production for six car models, slashing its workforce by 15%. In response, Trump says he's putting "a lot of pressure" on the company. But can the White House really intervene change the course of a business decision? The US auto industry has come back from the brink once before — can it happen again in 2019?