Green didn't respond to a request for comment Sunday.
The GM logo is seen at the General Motors plant in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, January 22, 2019.
That may be one reason why Mr. Trump joined a coalition of OH lawmakers in efforts to get the Lordstown plant running again.
He also said he spoke to GM CEO Mary Barra on Sunday and asked her to either sell the plant or "do something quickly". The sprawling facility was idled after more than 50 years producing cars and other vehicles, falling victim to changing US auto preferences, according to the company.
"Get that big, attractive plant in OH open now".
Earlier in November, General Motors announced plans to cut 15,000 jobs and close manufacturing plants in Lordstown, plants in MI, and Ontario, Canada.
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Over the weekend, Trump tweeted that officials should start talks with the United Auto Workers immediately so that the Lordstown plant could be reopened or sold.
In his latest tweet, Trump said he reiterated to Barra that GM should do something quickly, including potentially selling the plant.
President Donald Trump is demanding action for the Lordstown GM facility for a third day on Twitter. On Sunday night, he disclosed in a tweet that he had vented his frustrations during a conversation with the company's CEO, Mary Barra. "Stop complaining and get the job done!" Trump added "Toyota is investing 13.5 $Billion in US, others likewise. G.M".
"We remain open to talking with all affected stakeholders, but our main focus remains on our employees and offering them jobs in our plants where we have growth opportunities", GM said. "MUST ACT QUICKLY. Time is of the essence!"
For instance, he has publicly called upon Apple to shift most of its manufacturing from China to the US, but the Silicon Valley company continues to make its iPhones and most other products overseas.
GM, one of the largest in the world, had announced a few months ago that it is considering shutting down 5 major plants in North America soon as a part of its restructuring process to start making electric and autonomous cars.