A big, ugly fight.
The American Plumber’s Union is an organization that, despite its name, is more concerned with the safety of plumbers than its members.
In the last three years, the union has been the target of attacks from the likes of the right-wing group America Rising and the National Association of Manufacturers.
The union is an unlikely target for the Trump administration.
It’s led by one of the most powerful labor unions in the country, and its members are a diverse, diverse group of workers.
“They’re pretty good-looking people,” says Chris Dyer, the president of the union’s national branch.
“It’s just the way they work.
It doesn’t mean they’re really bad people.”
But the union is not without its detractors.
The Trump administration has been an active opponent of unions and unions are at a critical moment in their history.
The 2016 election marked the first time since the Civil War that a major party nominee won a majority of the delegates in the presidential primaries.
In 2018, President Donald Trump, a Republican, lost the popular vote to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton by a landslide.
And in 2020, he lost the election to Democrat Bernie Sanders.
It was a year of unprecedented turmoil and unrest that has been a factor in the union.
The AFL-CIO, the largest labor federation in the U.S., has called the union “a major threat to the economy, social cohesion and job creation.”
The group has warned that a Trump administration would be “a nightmare for working people and their families.”
But union officials say the president-elect has made it clear he wants to get along with the labor movement.
And while the union isn’t on the record saying that Trump is a racist, it is clear that his message is anti-union.
That was on display last week when Trump tweeted a link to a video showing him insulting the union members at a rally.
Trump’s tweets followed weeks of criticism that Trump had attacked unions.
“I think that’s a terrible thing,” said one union official who spoke to Politico.
“He’s going to do everything he can to attack unions.”
And while unions like the A.P.U. have long criticized the Trump White House, they have been quiet about how to respond.
A.L.F. President John Sweeney told Politico that he hasn’t had any discussions with the administration about his union.
“We’ve been silent,” Sweeney said.
“You know, I’m not sure what we’re going to be doing.
We’ll have to wait and see.”
And Sweeney, like other members of the A’s national leadership, isn’t planning to make an official statement on the election or its aftermath.
“If there’s anything that’s going on in Washington, it’s just going to make it more complicated,” Sweeney told me.
The White House did not respond to a request for comment.
For his part, Trump has said he’s interested in “working with unions.”
He has previously said he believes the union represents “a great number of workers” and that he wants the union to “be strong and strong.”
But he has also said he has no plans to appoint a labor czar to the Labor Department or even to increase its membership.
Trump hasn’t said he wants an independent investigation into the election, though his campaign said last week that he was open to that, if there were a need.
“At this time, we have no plans whatsoever to appoint an independent investigator,” the campaign said in a statement.
And the AFL-DOT, which oversees the federal safety commission, has said it has no interest in working with Trump’s administration on the issue.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the main trade union in the AFL, did not immediately respond to requests for comment about whether it supports the union or not.
The A.D.L.’s national office did not return a request seeking comment.
But in recent months, the ABA’s national office has said that it’s not ready to be a party to the dispute.
“The AFL-DC does not support any efforts by the Trump Administration to use the safety commission to attack and harass unions,” the AAB said in an emailed statement.
The organization also called on members of Congress to “do their part” by supporting the A-D-L-P-C union.
That’s something that members of both parties have been doing for years.
ABA member John J. Sullivan says he voted for President Barack Obama in 2008, 2012 and 2016.
“That’s why I support the A and D-L, because I know the A has done the right thing,” Sullivan said.
And he doesn’t see any reason why the A can’t do the same thing for Trump.
“A lot of people have been calling for an investigation into Trump,” Sullivan says.
“But what they’re not seeing is the A being willing to take a stand and do what