Pres. Trump Considering Killing NAFTA, Creating 2 Separate Deals

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UPDATED 7:10 AM PT – Sat. June 2, 2018

President Trump signals he may eliminate the NAFTA agreement entirely and negotiate two separate deals with Canada and Mexico.

The president told reporters Friday he is considering drafting two separate deals, one with Canada and another with Mexico.

Initially, steel and aluminum exemptions had been granted to Canada and Mexico, conditional on Nafta progress. But negotiators from the three countries missed an informal deadline in mid-May to reach a deal. PHOTO: EDGARD GARRIDO/REUTERS

He said the two countries are completely different, and therefore a combined trade deal does not work.

The president slammed NAFTA as one of the worst deals in U.S. history, adding the U.S. is losing billions to our neighbors.

This comes as Canada, Mexico, and the EU have all voiced outrage over the Trump administration’s recently imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.

In response, President Trump said our allies have been taking advantage of the American worker for decades and it needs to stop.

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