Despite warnings from fellow Republicans and business leaders, White House advisors believe President Donald Trump has plans to impose a 25 percent tariff on roughly $200 billion in foreign-made cars this year, The Washington Post reported Wednesday, citing three people briefed on discussions.

Business executives and GOP members have said such a move could lead to political chaos and damage the economy, but Trump has told advisors to “simply trust his business acumen,” the Post reported.

The president underlined his business-first message in a tweet Wednesday morning.

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