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White House unveils ‘Made in America’ week, though many Trump products are made overseas

July 17, 2017
Philip Rucker | The Washington Post
President Trump, whose company outsources the manufacturing of many of its products to overseas factories, is unveiling “Made in America” week at the White House to promote products made in the United States.
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Foreign leaders see nation’s governors as potential allies in trade talks with Trump

July 13, 2017
Dan Balz | The Washington Post
The sudden interest in the work of the governors from abroad reflects fears by leaders of some foreign governments about the direction of U.S. trade policy under a president who has sharply criticized free-trade agreements negotiated by past administrations.
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US administration excited about trade policies after China agreement, says Mnuchin

May 12, 2017
Ylan Mui, Sam Meredith | CNBC
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin emphasized the Trump administration's excitement after the U.S. and China announced a series of trade measures aimed at improving the trade balance between Washington and Beijing.
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‘I was all set to terminate’: Inside Trump’s sudden shift on NAFTA

April 28, 2017
Ashley Parker, Philip Rucker, Damian Paletta, Karen DeYoung | The Washington Post
President Trump was set to announce Saturday, on the 100th day of his presidency, that he was withdrawing from the North American Free Trade Agreement.
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Trump Rules Out Swift Nafta Exit in Favor of Renegotiation

April 27, 2017
Jennifer Jacobs, Andrew Mayeda | Bloomberg Politics
President Donald Trump won’t immediately terminate U.S. participation in the North American Free Trade Agreement, the White House said.
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Trump scrambles to show progress as the 100-day mark approaches

April 26, 2017
Ashley Parker, Philip Rucker, Sean Sullivan | The Washington Post
The final frenzy at the White House began Monday, with a private reception for conservative news publications.
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