"Punch in the gut": Ohio community talks impact of GM plant closing
In a few weeks, a giant auto plant employing 1,250 people will go idle in Lordstown, Ohio. It's one of five in North America where General Motors is stopping production. The plant is in Trumbull County, where thousands rely on GM directly and indirectly for their livelihood. It's also a county that voted for President Obama and then for President Trump. CBS News contributor and NPR host Steve Inskeep reports.