But like Perdue and Isakson, Handel also steered clear of directly attacking Trump’s agenda.
“I support President Trump’s goal to renegotiate agreements with our trading partners and champion the 'America first' strategy, so that our farmers, businesses, and workers have a level playing field," she said. "Existing jobs and the creation of new jobs depend on the ability of U.S. companies to sell more American-made products and services."
Handel's 6th District is home to the new U.S. headquarters of Mercedes-Benz, which could be hit hard by the new tariffs. Porsche also has a presence in the neighboring district near Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Trump is reportedly mulling a ban on German luxury cars.