Workers at Nucor walk through a mill where sheets of hot steel are flattened into rolled steel, in Huger, S.C., in 2017. The Charlotte-based steel producer raised its steel prices after President Trump announced the tariffs on foreign steel.
Workers at Nucor walk through a mill where sheets of hot steel are flattened into rolled steel, in Huger, S.C., in 2017. The Charlotte-based steel producer raised its steel prices after President Trump announced the tariffs on foreign steel. NYT file photo
Workers at Nucor walk through a mill where sheets of hot steel are flattened into rolled steel, in Huger, S.C., in 2017. The Charlotte-based steel producer raised its steel prices after President Trump announced the tariffs on foreign steel. NYT file photo

Importing steel from Canada is a threat to U.S. national security? Come on.

June 06, 2018 02:57 PM