President Biden endorsed a United Auto Workers strike at manufacturing plants of the “big three” domestic car makers as the union demands a 40% pay raise and a 32-hour work week.

“Over the last two — past decade, auto companies have seen record profits, including the last few years, because of the extraordinary skill and sacrifices of the UAW workers,” Biden, 80, said at the White House Friday, hours after the strike began.

“Those record profits have not been shared fairly, in my view, with those workers.”

Biden did not specifically recommend terms for a deal, but said Ford, General Motors and Stellantis “should go further to ensure record corporate profits mean record contracts.”... Read More: NY Post