These Are The States That Would Be Most Hurt If Trump Rips Up NAFTA

These Are The States That Would Be Most Hurt If Trump Rips Up NAFTA

Donald Trump likes to extol the virtues of "good" deals. He also likes to bemoan the tragedy inherent in the striking of "bad" deals. And he would know the difference, right? After all, he wrote the book on this - or actually his ghostwriter wrote it and now regrets it, but those are minor details. The President-elect has said he will renegotiate or pull out of NAFTA. But as I've been keen on reminding readers this month, deglobalization (which includes efforts to back out of trade deals) is a
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    1. …Canada is not forgotten, John, not at all, by those of us who are not part of the reactionary myopic Christo-fascist flag wavers… Pretty sure that this article is in reaction to those who voted against their own self interest. I have great faith that, could Canadians vote, the result would differ.. Also, it was Rep. Dick Armey (R) who stripped the language from N.A.F.T.A. that would have forced parity (in Mexico) in labor rights, pay, environmental and best business practices.. (WE) American and Canadian workers are in competition against what amounts to slave labor costs.. How do we compete? Race to the bottom… GANTHAR hisses..

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