Donald Trump’s recent trade reform with Mexico scraps NAFTA and replaces with it something much more beneficial to the United States. It does a lot to level the playing field and while the Unions want to see the final language before they sing its praises initial rumors suggest they are pleased.
The trade reforms will be a boon to auto and auto parts manufacturers and encourage more manufacturing in the United States, not just for the car business. A shift that could result in a lot more jobs, more work, and yes – more tax revenue.
There’s no easy way to guess how much money will move back across the border into the US or simply stay here in the first place but Trumps trade deal with Mexico will recover more than enough money to pay for The Wall. A lot more.
And while some will balk at the suggestion by dumping NAFTA and forcing a trade renegotiation Trump just “made Mexico” pay for the wall.
Wayne Allyn Root, as reported by Conservative Tribune, thinks so.
“Trump announced he will terminate NAFTA,” he continued. “While we don’t know all the details yet, I guarantee this new trade deal will save us tens of billions, perhaps hundreds of billions of dollars over the next decade.”
“Since the wall with Mexico costs about $25 billion, Trump just forced Mexico (whether they know it, or not) to pay for the wall. Once again, Trump accomplished what establishment politicians of both parties said could never be done.”
Congress (correction, does not) need to approve the Trade deal with Mexico, but it seems unlikely that even Democrats will dare come out against something that appears to benefit manufacturing and auto unions in particular. But how funny would it be if their Trump Derangement Syndrome extended to moving even more blue-collar workers over the Trump side of the aisle by protesting a trade agreement that benefits a class of people they claim to defend against the likes of Republicans and Donald Trump?
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