Designer Tommy Zegan said his sculpture paid tribute to the former president's commitment to creating more American manufacturing jobs.
The Vermont senator also railed against companies who "throw American workers out on the street."
The United States runs a trillion-dollar annual trade deficit because it has lost most of its manufacturing industries. Although we created all the industries of the digital age, they mostly have migrated overseas.
"The structural pillars going forward are going to be [to] buy American," Navarro said.
There is growing bipartisan agreement that we need to bring pharmaceutical production back home. But one enormous hurdle remains.
"We take very seriously our work with the U.S. government and continue to be committed to providing the best quality products at fair and transparent prices," 3M said in a statement.
The president seemed to raise the idea of injecting coronavirus patients with disinfectant at a Thursday press briefing.
The official purchasing managers' index (PMI), which is a metric of activity in the manufacturing sector, was higher than expected, although global shutdowns will hurt demand.
New York has now surpassed Washington state in having the most cases nationwide.
Trump was never able to quite come through with promises to revive manufacturing and the recent dismal job numbers in the crucial swing state with so many blue-collar workers could have political ramifications.
"The meh GDP numbers won't help Trump next year," Paul Krugman also noted.
The Trump administration is waging trade wars against China, the European Union, and others, and the tariffs are costing many American manufacturers money.
"Highly automated, intelligent systems promise to transform people's lives and even question the very role of humans," said researcher Laurie Wright.
"May saw US manufacturers endure the toughest month in nearly ten years, with the headline PMI down to its lowest since the height of the global financial crisis," wrote Chris Williamson, Chief Business Economist at IHS Markit in a statement.
Manufacturing jobs did grow, by about half a million, during Trump's first two years in office. But job numbers are still about a third lower than they were in 1980 and lower than they were in 2008.
The printer uses a process called free-form printing to create intricate structures.
The move could put the U.S. automaker on a collision course with President Donald Trump, who has made boosting auto employment a top priority.
President-elect Trump wants Apple to shift manufacturing from China.
Samsung's faulty batteries could hold the key to safety after all.
Part of the decline in manufacturing jobs is due to trade, but the vast majority is due to automation.
Using government force to protect American workers from foreign competition will lead to less trade. And possibly fascism.
Does Trump want Americans to build things? Or does he want us digging with spoons?
Ultra-customised products build themselves while car parts talk to each other in Europe's automated factories.