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Trump Renegotiating NAFTA with Mexico's President at G20 Summit

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https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/08/18/nafta-day-2-recap/

 

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On the positive side for those who follow the U.S. Trade Team, you might enjoy hearing that the crony-capitalistic lobbying group, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, has been significantly reduced.  U.S. CoC President Tom Donohue attempts to put his best face forward amid his diminished ability to influence actual policy:

“[…] In the next weeks and months, negotiators will tackle these issues and many more, and the Chamber will be paying close attention.We believe modernization of NAFTA is a reasonable and achievable goal, but it must be done carefully to preserve market access for U.S. companies.”

“The Chamber was a strong voice for the American business community during the original NAFTA negotiations 25 years ago, and we welcome the opportunity to update the agreement.”(link)

Yeah, the fact that the U.S. CoC constructed the corrupt, and highly political, 1994 NAFTA agreement doesn’t portend too well there Mr. Donohue. :::spit::::

 

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The first round of NATFA Re-Nogtiations are now completed. Here is the political statement made.

 

Trilateral Statement on the Conclusion of NAFTA Round One

 

From the realistic standpoint, it does not look like a joint agreement that all sides will like, will likely be made, when this all comes to a head. However, Mexico and Canada have no alternative. They must take part.

 

Canada and Mexico have no leverage in these re-negotiations. They can make a lot of noise and make  threats, but it will be for naught. The three nations are not equal in what they bring to the table. Canada and Mexico will come out losing in the end in this negotiation.

 

Mexico and Canada's talking points are all political-based i.e., they want LGBT issues to included in the negotiations. Unfortunately for them, the US is looking at this only as an economic issue and the economic issues are going to crush the emotional LGBT stance of the Canadians and Mexicans.

 

An agreement will be reached, but it will be one that is more advantageous to the United States, because the United States has all of the leverages in this deal and President Trump intends to use it to the advantage of our nation.

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The 2nd Round of NAFTA Renegotiating Talks have ended.

 

Canada’s Chrystia Freeland is demanding the U.S. pass “a federal law stopping state governments from enacting right-to-work legislation“.  Obviously Team U.S.A., understanding the entire construct of a U.S. Constitutional Republic and the underlying constitution therein, would not, could not and has not agreed to such a ridiculous Canadian request.

 

Good chance that President Trump scuttles NAFTA and takes on bilateral trade agreements with the other two nations.

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Rogue   
1 hour ago, TennesseeTuxedo said:

The 2nd Round of NAFTA Renegotiating Talks have ended.

 

Canada’s Chrystia Freeland is demanding the U.S. pass “a federal law stopping state governments from enacting right-to-work legislation“.  Obviously Team U.S.A., understanding the entire construct of a U.S. Constitutional Republic and the underlying constitution therein, would not, could not and has not agreed to such a ridiculous Canadian request.

 

Good chance that President Trump scuttles NAFTA and takes on bilateral trade agreements with the other two nations.

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/09/04/nafta-update-outlook-for-agreement-virtually-disappears-canadas-chrystia-freeland-demands-control-of-u-s-legislation/

 

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One source familiar with the discussions said Canada’s Chrystia Freeland is demanding the U.S. pass “a federal law stopping state governments from enacting right-to-work legislation“.  Obviously Team U.S.A., understanding the entire construct of a U.S. Constitutional Republic and the underlying constitution therein, would not, could not and has not agreed to such a ridiculous Canadian request.

Original thoughts, by Tux.

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Rogue   
8 hours ago, TennesseeTuxedo said:

About damn time you started reading some truth. Educating your head full of mush.

You can barely form an independent thought and then talk about someone else needing educating?

   

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 We are in the fourth round of NAFTA negotiations and we are about to meet loggerheads . Chamber of Commerce president Tom Donahue has sided with Mexico and Canada against the United States and this is exactly what President Trump counted on. Call had planned and hope for Donahue to enter the fray and fight against the welfare of the United States of America and its people. Donnie Hughes probably has backfired big-time.

 

Do United States has countered that they expect Canada and Mexico to drop their protection of agriculture and poultry industries, which they both refuse to do. Trump is about to nullify NAFTA.

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Downtown   
On September 5, 2017 at 8:54 PM, TennesseeTuxedo said:

About damn time you started reading some truth. Educating your head full of mush.

Did you copy and paste this response? 

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We are about to enter the 5th round of NAFTA renegotiations. The 4th Round of negations created a wide chasm between the US and Mexico and Canada. 

 

Canada and Mexico plan on signing up to TPP is great news for the U.S.  We want TPP to hold together, because TPP ties the hands of Canada and Mexico to elements of trade that are based on collective interests. Them holding TPP together  provides the U.S. leverage in NAFTA..

 

TPP is all about collective assembly trade, wealth, and power and how they will share their collective trade and economic wealth.

 

The USA is not interested in collectively sharing our economic and trade wealth anymore. There is no benefit whatsoever in that for the US. However, Mexico and Canada's economies will be joined at the hip. The two counties and other nations joining TPP will agree to binding rules on disagreements, give up their own court system for trade disputes, agree to manufacturing employment laws that benefit Asia and truly screw themselves royally.  TPP is not about just trade, it’s actually a legal binding to all kinds of intrusive measures.

 

We are not going to agree top this and will not allow our manufacturing and our economy to be ruled by other nations and the globalists. This is where the US kills NAFTA and begins bilateral trade discussions leading to bilateral trade agreements that are beneficial to our country.

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