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Donald Trump, the President used their appearances in White House for reaffirming the promise during the campaign to renegotiate Nafta, specifying that he is not receding from opposition to free trade which was central to their election campaign.
Trump also said that he’ll meet with Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister and Enrique Pena Nieto, Mexican President to start discussing two-decade old Free Trade Agreement of North American, which they have blamed routinely for Jobs loss in the U.S. The lately sworn-in president also praised about Mexico for getting “terrific” and even gestured that they are eager to work with closest neighbors of the U.S.
“We’re about to start the renegotiating on the Nafta, upon immigration, and also on the security at border,” Said Trump during the beginning of the swearing-in ceremony for the top staff of White House. “I believe we are about to have a wonderful result for the Mexico, for the U.S., for everyone involved. This is actually much important.”
Companies and the Political leaders around the world also are carefully following the words of Trump for clues about how does protective bombast of the campaign will get translated in the policies. His brief and his inaugural address remarks on Sundayduring the ceremony show at White House that he is not bound by any kind of traditional ideology of Republican on the free trade when he sees the odds with different America’s interests.
Donald trump also said during the inaugural address, “We should protect the borders from ravages of different countries making the products, stealing the companies, and also destroying the jobs. Such kind of protection will lead to wonderful strength and prosperity,”
With the surprise of Donald Trump victory, Mexican peso also have fallen 18 percent in the election. Trump also repeatedly used Twitter for rebuking international and American companies that also have manufacturing operations, and have also proposed the border tax for encouraging the production to stay.