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NAFTA Negoations Has No Deadline


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  1. Posted by Jeremy Cheng, at Reply

    So realistically we could see the final decision in 2020 or later? we have to wait until Trump gets the boot for NAFTA to be negotiated?

    • Posted by Michael Kyle, at Reply

      Jeremy Cheng you mean 2024?

    • Posted by Malaria Trump, at Reply

      No he said 2020.

  2. Posted by Osman Cardona, at Reply

    This shyt is complicated, who knew right?

  3. Posted by abscondam, at Reply

    Who ended Americas involvement in the TPP again? It certainly wasn’t progressives. They voted for a woman who would of signed it. How does it feel to be on the wrong side of history? LOL

    • Posted by trier2123241243, at Reply

      oh he got out of a dead bill, wow such a champion.

    • Posted by abscondam, at Reply

      trier2123241243 yeah it’s”dead”
      because the superpower (US) that was holding it together got out. Hahahaha again you have no idea what ur talking about. Don’t stop! You’ve been making me laugh all night

    • Posted by Pondok Indah_12310, at Reply

      abscondam neither Trump nor Hillary killed it, the people did. Now put your pants back up.

    • Posted by abscondam, at Reply

      Pondok Indah_12310 Well that’s a rejection of reality on ur part.

  4. Posted by Jeri Kourkoumelis, at Reply

    Cenk our very own Thomas Paine hits it out of the park! People should have known that Trump was just another Neo-con globalist after he met wit Henry Kissinger.

    • Posted by Viganch0, at Reply

      Trump >>>> Paine >> Uygur

    • Posted by Jeri Kourkoumelis, at Reply

      +Viganch0  Without the pen of Paine, the sword of Washington would have been wielded in vain – John Adams.  Trump is a trust fund baby that can barely form proper sentences lol.

    • Posted by Viganch0, at Reply

      Jeri Kourkoumelis Yet he is POTUS. What are you? You are not even worthy of my fart.

  5. Posted by C Robinson, at Reply

    I’m not aware of any Canadian corporations that are in the room with the Prime Minister, Foreign Affairs minister and International trade minister while in talks with their American and Mexican counter parts.

    • Posted by C Robinson, at Reply

      All our Prime Ministers have worked for and represented in some capacity the interests of corporations in the past. But never to the degree that American Presidents have.

  6. Posted by Conker Squirrel, at Reply

    Republicans care about corporations Not people. Gee, I wonder what will happen.

    • Posted by Viganch0, at Reply

      Corporations are people, my friend.

    • Posted by Bill Anderson, at Reply

      Vojta of course not. Democrats and Republicans are the same corporatist on the leash of yhe elite. The corruption is blatant.

    • Posted by Jeri Kourkoumelis, at Reply

      +Viganch0  So are pedophiles and serial killers.

    • Posted by Dan The Man, at Reply

      We will have a bad fur day.

  7. Posted by Guy Parris, at Reply

    “Negoations” uhhhhh what?

  8. Posted by Browser unknown, at Reply

    Get rid of NAFTA.

    • Posted by Guillermo Sanchez, at Reply

      You should post that comment on the White House’s channel, not here.

  9. Posted by Aimée Miami, at Reply

    Trump hates NAFTA only because Clinton signed it.
    NAFTA benefits the US. Don’t mess with your supply chain.

    • Posted by vick3d, at Reply

      Aimee, but it’s arguably too much in favor of the U.S. corporations that it hurts actual people. Look at how NAFTA allowed for keeping U.S. agricultural subsidies for big business which had the effect of wiping out Mexican corn farmers, sending many up north and fueling the illegal immigration crisis. It is also partly responsible for the Mexican drug trade crisis when many decided to stay home but grow illicit crops.

    • Posted by wilsonroo16, at Reply

      Well you are right about one thing….NAFT benefit the US….Canada would like to see it gone

    • Posted by Aimée Miami, at Reply

      Uh no. With a commodity based economy whose greatest trading partner is the US, Canadians are in favour of NAFTA.

    • Posted by Zunair Qureshi, at Reply

      if NAFTA leaves Canada auto industry is screwed which is one of its biggest exporters

  10. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    Trump hasn’t gotten rid of NAFTA yet because he still hasn’t figured out what it stands for.

  11. Posted by David Bower, at Reply

    Surprise surprise Trump really only cares about the interest’s of big business the super rich and he also lies a lot. What did people expect?

  12. Posted by Nick Crusaire, at Reply

    the TYT cast made a huge mistake in this video: they assume trump even knows what NAFTA is.

  13. Posted by BlunderCity, at Reply

    “NAFTA Negoations Has No Deadline”

    I think that’s a spelling mistake and a grammar mistake in one!

    • Posted by Mixima101, at Reply

      Haha. Totally missed that.

  14. Posted by Tourists Discover, at Reply

    Epic Politics Man

    lol nice title

  15. Posted by realscummy, at Reply

    nafta is bad for both the United States and Mexico – it killed our manufactoring and it killed mexicos produce. our manufactoring was replaced with low paying service jobs and mexicos produce was replaced with low paying factory jobs.

    there is a way to have trade without shitting on workers in both countries but it won’t get passed with any capitalist in office

    • Posted by Alex M, at Reply

      Manufacturing jobs were replaced by automation. US manufacturing output is the highest it’s ever been, but the jobs have been automated. The trend towards service sector jobs started long before free-trade deals like NAFTA. The highest growth in household income for the US in the past half century was during Bill Clinton’s Presidency in the years after NAFTA. Mexico got high paying factory jobs, but was hurt by American agricultural subsidies (which isn’t free-trade).
      The social democracies that TYT loves all embrace globalization, free trade & the European Single Market. The difference is that they have smart domestic policies (job retraining, strong collective bargaining, high ease of doing business, strong social safety nets,) while the US does not. Time for modern progressive solutions, not going back 50 years.

    • Posted by realscummy, at Reply

      Alex M
      1. social democracies are national chauvinism as is every trade deal we have.
      2. bill Clinton helped to create a bubble with his deregulations that popped and crashed the economy – nafta didn’t make anyone money except those who could ship jobs to where they could legally pay workers less.
      3. in Mexico and manufactoring jobs that came from the United States pay their workers enough to get 1 gallon of gas ever 2 weeks – most of those workers used to have family farms but the United States agriculture out put, which is largely subsidized, blew Mexican farmers out of the market leaving them nothing but cheap labor left – hence the large amount of Mexican expats who came here since Clinton (I am not against immigration from Mexico but the reason it jumped up is because they lost their lively hood because of nafta)
      4. any trade deal needs to require minimum wage and union provisions in order to ensure that we don’t end up in a race to the bottom, which we currently are.

  16. Posted by HolographicSweater, at Reply

    has Trump kept ANY of his campaign promises?

    • Posted by Benzojamin, at Reply

      He tried to do that muslim ban…

    • Posted by Supreme, at Reply

      Benzojamin – Wasn’t there supposed to be a list of all muslims in the US?

    • Posted by Benzojamin, at Reply

      I think that may have been another Bannon-sponsored campaign promise. I was just saying that of all his campaign promises, that was the closest he came to keeping his word.

      Although, he has gotten ICE to extract undocumenteds from schools, family businesses and such.

  17. Posted by jonathan arenas, at Reply

    Andres Manuel Lopez obrador will be the next president of the united Mexican state

    • Posted by Antonio Delgado, at Reply

      Victor Banuelos You’re a complete dumbass. Margarita XDXDXDXD Que mierdas dices.

    • Posted by Kripton0x, at Reply

      Both of the are awful options

    • Posted by Luis Humberto, at Reply

      The PAN (conservative/right wing) party leadership doesn’t want Margarita Zavala, and she has enough issues dealing with her drunk husband (ex president Felipe Calderón). Anyway, ask Josefina Vazquez how well it goes when the party leadership doesn’t like you.

  18. Posted by LukeOfTroy, at Reply

    What the hell is a negoation? Is it like negation, but with goats?