General Motors is bracing for attacks from Democratic presidential candidates at two debates that begin on Tuesday in Detroit near its headquarters.

The largest U.S. automaker preemptively released two fact sheets on its U.S. operations and details about its 2009 U.S. government bailout ahead of the debates, which could feature Democrats using its high-profile job cuts to attack U.S. President Donald Trump.

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Democrats Line Up To Attack General Motors And Trump In Detroit Debates

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