Trump urges Congress to pass US-Mexico-Canada trade pact


President Donald Trump touted the nation's strong economy and urged Congress to pass the United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement during a speech at Derco Aerospace in Milwaukee.
In his sixth visit to the state since taking office, Trump touched on issues ranging from Chinese tariffs on American crops to the 2017 GOP tax bill to increased investments in the U.S. military. But while the president jumped from topic to topic, the theme of rebuilding the economy underlined the address.
Trump repeatedly knocked his predecessors during a roughly 35-minute long address. He charged they signed trad...

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