Has this not happened already with most of the American shoe industry? I don't think anyone is being a prophet of doom, it's just hard to imagine that Calaris, has any interest in continuing the current AE model of US made shoesThere is something in the American soul that loves bad news and is always eager to make the assumption that any change will be for the worst. As a Registered Skeptic I refuse to leap to judgement. Come the day when the phrase "made in the USA" no longer appears on the AE label I will concede the jeremiads were correct. Until then, should I need another pair of dress shoes I will look first to AE. Of course, that day may be years in the future since I already have wall full!
Oldsarge,Attacks on Twitter dropping value? Really? I'm sorry but I seriously doubt that there is a CEO in the US that gives a rat's patootie about what The Donald says on Twitter. Carrier and Ford squeezed huge tax advantages out of the gov and still sent thousands of jobs to Mexico. There's a cartoon running around that has a little girl on her phone saying, "Trump? If I don't get a $7,000,000 bailout I'm outsourcing my lemonade stand to Mexico." That's how much his Twitter matters. Now, off all political topics and back to the sackcloth and ashes over this change of ownership.