Donald Trump is not a politician—he’s a businessman. And a very successful one.
So who better to lead the single biggest business on the face of the earth?
The United States of America is indeed a business at its core, which is why Trump is capable of making our economy soar.
And that’s exactly what it’s doing: soaring.
Though mainstream news sources probably won’t focus much on it, Trump has made several critical deals since becoming President.
And he just signed off on the biggest of his tenure … and possibly the biggest in U.S. history.
It’s so giant, in fact, that the Commander-in-Chief calls this new USMCA trade deal “truly historic news for our nation” and “the most important trade deal” yet.
“President Donald Trump valued the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) at $1.2 trillion on Monday, thereby replacing NAFTA as the biggest trade deal in U.S. history.
This fresh deal will replace NAFTA and all NAFTA trade agreements, which Trump has railed against.
In fact, Trump is on record saying NAFTA was probably the “worst trade deal ever made,” and it only caused the U.S. to rack up a massive trade deficit.
Due to NAFTA, we lost giant amounts of cash, manufacturing jobs, and one in four auto jobs. It was just terrible, as Trump said:
“The factories were leaving, the jobs were leaving, we just can’t have that.
We’ve been treated so unfairly by so many nations around the world….we’re changing that.”
And he HAS changed it.
Trump thanked the entire team from the U.S. Trade Representative’s office, and he thanked Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has also benefited greatly.
“It’s turned out to be a very good deal for both,” said Trump of the new deal.
On top of which, the President said the USMCA agreement will be great for America’s farmers and overall, the deal will support “hundreds of thousands of American jobs.”
This is why we wanted Trump in the White House. This is why America’s economy is suddenly stronger than it has ever been.
Please join us in saying, “Thank you, President Donald Trump!”