Trump Unveils Plan To Rebrand NAFTA While Still Complaining About Canada

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September 14, 2018 8:05 a.m.

President Donald Trump is rebranding NAFTA as the USMC pact—for U.S., Mexico and Canada—though he’s still threatening to ditch the “C” if Canada doesn’t bend to his wishes.

According to a Thursday Wall Street Journal report, Trump announced his rebranding plan and voiced his complaints with Canada at a dinner with supporters where corporate executives and donors could buy access to the President in a small meeting for $100,000 a head.

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