As President Donald Trump hits the road to the Snap-On(SNA) - Get Report tools plant in Wisconsin on Tuesday, he is likely to encourage government agencies to choose American companies first when awarding contracts, with waivers for some foreign-made goods.

The CEO of Harley-Davidson(HOG) - Get Report , Matthew S. Levatich, toldTheStreet on Tuesday that he thinks his company is in the right place to deliver on Trump's message.

"A lot of what the administration talks about, we have always been about," said Levatich. "The visit to the White House was a recognition of companies like Harley-Davidson doing things the way the administration would like more companies to do. We have never wavered on that strategy. The strategy comes from what our customers value in Harley-Davidson, and not just the U.S. customer, but also around the world. They value the American qualities of a Harley-Davidson. I think that is unchanged and not going to vary significantly in the future."

Levatich and his team met with Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in early February (see below). 

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