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Letter: Is the USMCA a good idea?

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

I do believe that President Trump has America’s best interests at heart. Why else would he endure the constant barrage of abuse that he has been subjected to?

And, his United States, Mexico and Canada agreement (USMCA) which is to replace NAFTA, has merit in parts that deal directly with tariffs, but, unfortunately, there are other parts that are detrimental. This could be because Trump has trusted Robert E. Lighthizer, his trade negotiator, who is a 23-year veteran of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations, an organization dedicated to the destruction of American sovereignty and the establishment of a one-world government.

The agreement includes committees that would dictate: Agricultural Trade, Rules of Origin and Origin Procedures, Textile and Apparel Trade Matters, Customs and Trade Facilitation, Technical Barriers to Trade, Government Procurement, Transportation Services, Financial Services, Telecommunications, Intellectual Property Rights, St...

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