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Donald Trump suggests different treaties with Mexico and Canada instead of NAFTA

Donald Trump said Friday that he would prefer to end the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), that Washington is renegotiating with Canada and Mexico, and instead agree to two bilateral agreements with its neighbors. I would not mind seeing a NAFTA with a different name, where you have an agreement with Canada and a separate one with Mexico. Because we are talking about two very different countries, "Trump told reporters. The president reiterated that "(the NAFTA) has been a disastrous pact for the United States since the beginning, we lose a lot of money with Canada, and a fortune with Mexico," he added. "And it's not going to happen that way anymore," he said, adding that "the American worker agrees" with him.

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