President Donald Trump on Monday moved to replace NAFTA with the United States-Mexico Trade Agreement, calling it “much simpler, much better” than a trade deal he has criticized for years.
By Larisa Epatko
President Donald Trump had spent his time in Brussels berating members of the military alliance for failing to spend enough of their money on defense, accusing Europe of freeloading off the U.S. and raising doubts about whether he would come…
Despite repeated pledges to rip up, renegotiate or otherwise alter them, the U.S. has yet to withdraw from any of these economic, environmental or national security deals, as Trump's past criticism turns to tacit embrace of several key elements of…
By Matthew Lee, Josh Lederman, Associated Press
By PBS NewsHour
By Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
Trump's assault on trade deals seems to be winning politics. But his analysis of how trade hurts American workers is flawed, and as president, he would struggle to deliver on his promises.
President Barack Obama makes his first foreign trip to Canada on Thursday. NewsHour correspondent Tom Bearden reports on what items top Canadians' agenda, including trade and the economy.
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