VELSHI: "I spoke to Michigan senator Debbie who said he can't be taking credit for this stuff because decisions to build cars are made years in advance. Listen to what she told me."
STABENOW: "Well certainly the majority of vehicles that you see 75 percent of what is brought in the United States is made in the United States. And we would love even more of that. But it's important to know also that business decisions aren't being made because of tweets. Chevy Volt, which is north America car of the year was a concept car. Takes several years to roll it out. They have. Now it's doing great."