Bill Ford and UAW President Shawn Fain exchanged jabs Monday about the implications of the ongoing strike and what needs to happen next.
More General Motors and Ford employees were told to not come to work this week as the UAW strike continues.
The economic damage from the strike will continue to worsen each week that workers are off the line. After last week's added targets, one automaker is expected to hit particularly hard.
The UAW and Detroit's Big Three are still working to negotiate a new agreement and both sides are claiming and escalation in violence. On Thursday, UAW President Shawn Fain blamed two of the automakers for hiring 'scab' replacement workers but Stellantis says that's not true.
As UAW workers continue striking this week, both President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are planning visits to Michigan.