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The White House’s energy and trade policies are straight out of the ’80s

The White House’s energy and trade policies are straight out of the ’80s

Jun 5, 2018

A year-plus into NAFTA negotiations, President Donald Trump might be considering a new tactic: Split up the whole thing into two bilateral deals with Mexico and Canada. We'll take a look at what that would look like. Then, we hear…

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