North Charleston welcomes President Trump today, when he flies in for a 1:30 ceremony at Boeing's facility for the formal unveiling of the newest bird in that company's fleet - the 787-10 Dreamliner. 

Trump may have a positive announcement about the US Export-Import bank, which Boeing uses for international sales. He is also expected to talk about jobs during the visit. 

This is the same North Charleston plant, whose workers overwhelmingly rejected a bid by the machinists union to organize this week. That rejection, could encourage more companies to open more factories, in the largely anti-union south.