“Progress is slow,” Fain said on MSNBC’s “The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart.” “I don’t really want to say we’re closer.”
Fain declined to say when he might announce a second wave of plants to join the strike that is now in its third day.
The UAW resumed talks with GM on Sunday, and will do so with Stellantis and Ford on Monday.
In a Friday press conference, Fain said “it could be in a day, it could be in a week.”
Later Sunday morning, on CBS’s “Face The Nation,” Fain said the automakers’ most recent offers were insufficient. On Saturday, Stellantis released details of its most recent offer, which matched the 20 percent raises offered by GM and Ford.