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Wall Street Journal: Trump Tells Farmers He Wants a Better NAFTA

News / In The News January 9, 2018

President Donald Trump told farmers and ranchers he wants a better trade deal during his Jan. 8 address to the American Farm Bureau Federation. Trump explained “On NAFTA, I am working very hard to get a better deal for our country and for our farmers and for our manufacturers,” noted the Wall Street Journal. “When Mexico is making all of that money, when Canada is making all of that money, it’s not the easiest negotiation,” he said.

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