Throughout his campaigning and into the presidency, President Trump has been a vocal opponent of NAFTA.

And in a recent interview, Donald Trump leveled what he wished to do about the trade act.

President Trump is willing to do whatever it takes to ensure the American people are being treated fairly in their economic deals.

Trump claimed he will either renegotiate the deal or he will terminate it.

Breitbart News reported:

President Donald Trump again leveled criticism about NAFTA in an interview with the Associated Press, promising to either renegotiate the trade deal or terminate it.

“I am going to either renegotiate it or I am going to terminate it,” he said. “If they don’t treat fairly, I am terminating NAFTA.”

President Trump believes both Canada and Mexico have been hurting the American economy and that NAFTA needs to be changed or eliminated for the good of the American economy.

Breitbart News reported:

During an America First event in Wisconsin, Trump began criticizing Canada for hurting American dairy farmers, and has repeated his remarks on multiple occasions.

“If you look at the dairy farmers in Wisconsin and upstate New York, they are getting killed by NAFTA,” he said.

President Trump also mentioned he intends to release his plans to either replace or renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement in the next few weeks.

Breitbart News reported:

“The fact is, NAFTA, whether it’s Mexico or Canada, is a disaster for our country,” he said, referring to the North American Free Trade Agreement. “We’ll be reporting back some time over the next two weeks as to NAFTA and what we’re going to do about it.”

Trump specifically cited Canada’s imported dairy products hurting farms in Wisconsin and New York and imports of lumber and timber.

“We’re going to have to get to the negotiating table with Canada very, very quickly,” he said.

A White House aide confirmed to Breitbart News that the president was serious about action on NAFTA in two weeks or less.

“As I traveled the country, I saw the shuttered factories, of the shuttered dreams, and I pledged that I would take action,” Trump said. “And I think it’s probably one of the primary reasons I’m sitting here today as President.

Whether NAFTA is renegotiated or simply terminated, President Trump seems to be focusing on how it will affect the American people rather than any ulterior gains, as any president should.

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