Trump's new NAFTA deal is a big win for big unions
Washington Examiner -

While taxpayers and free trade proponents might be somewhat disappointed by the revised North American Free Trade Agreement, the deal is clearly a big win for big labor unions. And unions have one man in particular to thank: Peter Navarro, the top trade adviser in the White House.


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