Trump Says He Will Formally Cancel NAFTA, Putting Pressure on Congress to Pass New Deal

Headline Roundup December 3rd, 2018

President Trump said that he will move to formally cancel the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), putting pressure on Congress to ratify his new pact with Canada and Mexico which several Democrats have criticized.

Trump Says He Will Formally Cancel NAFTA, Putting Pressure on Congress to Pass New Deal

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Lawmakers in both parties appear wary of President Trump’s threat to pull the United States from the North American Free Trade Agreement, an apparent move to pressure a reluctant Congress

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From the Right
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President Donald Trump has said that he intends to end the North American Free Trade Agreement in six months, potentially forcing Congress to pass his new trade deal or risk having no trade deal

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From the Center
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Canada takes U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments about pulling out of NAFTA seriously and has no indication when the White House might act, Finance Minister Bill Morneau said on Monday.

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