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In Foreign Policy Address, Trump Blasts NAFTA, Pledges To 'Balance' Trade Deficit With China

April 28, 2016 at 9:17 PM
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump Wednesday (April 27) put trade among the key tenets of a foreign policy vision that hewed closely to past "America first" promises, bemoaning past trade deals and pledging to protect U.S. interests while penalizing companies for taking jobs elsewhere. Trump, speaking at a hotel in Washington, DC, said "Americans must know that we're putting the American people first again on trade." He described the North American Free Trade Agreement as "a total disaster for the United...

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