Bill Clinton has gone down as one of the worst presidents in history.
His impeachment is a stain on our nation’s history.
And now on top of that, the rest of his legacy is down in flames with one deal Trump negotiated.
Worst Trade Deal Ever
One of Trump’s main campaign promises was to renegotiate NAFTA.
NAFTA is a trade deal between the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
Signed by Bill Clinton, he claimed it would encourage job creation and manufacturing.
In reality, it has created a major trade deficit between the United States and Mexico.
It has also encouraged illegal immigration between the U.S. and Mexico.
That’s why Trump has called it the worst trade deal in history.
And now he’s doing something about it.
Trump has announced that the U.S. and Mexico are agreeing on new terms for NAFTA.
Among those terms is changing the name of the deal to the United States-Mexico Trade agreement.
As the name implies, it is cutting out Canada, at least for now.
The main part of the new deal are changes to limit Mexico’s ability to take U.S. manufacturing jobs by underpaying workers.
This will greatly help the struggling U.S. manufacturing industry.
It also increases requirements to qualify for lower-tariff imports to the U.S.
And the new deal has already been good for the economy.
Stock Market Climbing
In immediate response to the new deal, the stock market increased.
The S&P 500 and NASDAQ increased to record highs.
Increasing stocks isn’t a new thing for the Trump administration.
Since he’s taken office, consumer confidence has climbed dramatically, along with the stock market.
Unemployment has dramatically lowered as well.
The left claims that the improving economy is thanks to Obama.
But with this new deal, it will become increasingly difficult to claim that.
Promises Made, Promises Kept
Reworking NAFTA was a top priority for Trump.
It is one of many priorities he is following through on.
During his campaign, he confronted Hillary Clinton about her husband’s failures on the issue.
But unlike most politicians, he hasn’t stopped with just that.
And this is just one of the issues he has followed through on for trade.
Immediately after taking office he left the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
He also imposed new tariffs on steel.
Those tariffs have created new jobs in manufacturing.
They are also responsible for historic economic growth.
Despite “experts” claiming that Trump couldn’t garner even 3 percent economic growth, he has disproven them.
Instead, he had 4 percent economic growth last quarter.
If the immediate effect of the NAFTA changes shows anything, next quarter will be even better.
Despite this, the anti-Trump left disagrees.
They are so delusional that they don’t care about the real results we’re seeing.
After spending the past three years warning about how disastrous Trump’s policies will be, they don’t know how to react.
But by every metric, he is doing fantastic.
Do you think Trump is doing the right thing on trade?
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