NAFTA, "the worst agreement ever signed" to Donald Trump


"Both being very hard, may have to terminate?" he wrote.

Negotiators for Canada and Mexico believe that NAFTA needs to be updated, but insist the 23-year old trade pact has been an economic success.

He also tweeted that Mexico will pay for it 'through reimbursement/other'.

In another development - in May - President Trump launched a 90-day countdown to renegotiating NAFTA.

"Mexico will not negotiate NAFTA, nor any other aspect of the bilateral relationship through social networks or the media", the statement added.

Trump says that both Canada and Mexico are both being "difficult".

"With Mexico being one of the highest crime nations in the world", he wrote, "we must have THE WALL". "This determination is not part of a Mexican negotiating strategy, but is a principle of sovereignty and national dignity".

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Mexico has repeatedly said there's no chance of that happening.

"We haven't done it; it's time for Congress to act", he said, voicing his support for a government shutdown if money for the wall isn't added to the next funding bill.

The U.S. -Mexico Dairy Alliance members agreed to continue to maintain an open communications channel between the industry organizations as they analyze and seek mutually beneficial solutions to problems affecting the dairy industries of both countries.

Mexico's Foreign Ministry reiterated in its statement that "as the Mexican government has always maintained, our country will not pay, under any circumstances, for a wall or physical barrier that is built on U.S. territory along the border with Mexico".

And now, on Sunday, Trump calls NAFTA "the worst trade ever made", adding that the concerned countries - Canada and Mexico - are hard.

"I don't think the business community has any appetite at all to have the USA withdraw from NAFTA", Wise said.

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