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Over the next two to three years, Ford will move all small-car production out of the United States to Mexico.

Donald Trump said on "Fox and Friends" this morning that this is something he's been warning about for years.

"Five years, six years, seven years, I've been talking about it," Trump said. "That's why I'm doing well in Michigan. That's why I'm doing well in Ohio."

"States that make cars, they like Donald Trump."

The Republican nominee added that he can't believe Ford's "brazenness," and it's something he's going to deal with when he's president.

"When they make their car and they think they're going to get away with this ... when that car comes back across the border into our country - that now comes in free - we're going to charge them a 35 percent tax."

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