How to be a ‘hero’: Solve a fabricated problem

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Opinion

November 12, 2019 - 10:00 AM

Many Republicans have been blasting House Democrats for failing to vote on the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

The agreement was developed after President Donald Trump trashed NAFTA. He called the North American Free Trade Agreement, a 25-year-old pact, one of the worst trade deals ever. He mandated new tariffs and issued a series of threats against two of the country’s biggest trading partners, Canada and Mexico. He demanded a new deal and sent staff to negotiate what is now known as USMCA. 

Aside from modest changes for automakers, it’s pretty much NAFTA.

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