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Trump blasts AFL-CIO boss and advertises rebounding economy in a series of labor Day tweets

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Trump calls from Canada, the NAFTA trade battle heats up

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In a series of tweets on Monday morning, President Trump prelude to the day of work due to advertise a case, the unemployment rate and its management in the recent trade negotiations with the pointed jabs at the public face of big laboratory.

Trump fucking with AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka for his comments to say this weekend on “Fox News Sunday,” with the President to see that it is “easy”, why do the unions “so bad” under Democratic leadership.

“Richard Trumka, the head of the AFL-CIO, to represent his union on TV this weekend,” Trump tweeted. “Some of the things he said were so [against] the men and women in our country, and the success of the United States itself, it is easy to see why the unions do so poorly. A The!”

Richard Trumka, the head of the AFL-CIO, to represent his union on TV this weekend. Some of the things he said were so against the working men and women in our country, and the success of the United States itself, it is easy to see why the unions do so poorly. A The!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 3. September 2018

In his Sunday appearance on Fox News, Trumka had to defend the trump card at times, but the labor leader added, “unfortunately, to this day, the things he’s done, injured workers surpass what he has done to support the workers.”

While Trumka recognized that the number of unemployed are decreased, he added, the wages have fallen and gas prices have risen since the first of the year.

“Overall, the workers are not so good,” Trumka Chris Wallace, say said he is likely to encourage AFL-CIO members vote for the Democrats in the November midterm elections.

Trumka also slammed Trump’s firm stance on renegotiating the North American free trade agreement with Mexico and Canada, high-stakes conversations that Trump allegedly said that he no compromise with Canada would.

Trumka said that while his Association is eager to have revised NAFTA – the call of the 1994 agreement, “is devastating” for American workers – any amount, with only the USA and Mexico.

“Our economies are integrated,” Trumka said. “It is difficult to see how it would be without Canada on the deal.”

In another tweet on Monday, Trump said the United States has “enormous” potential to fix some of the worst trade agreements ” ever a country in the world.”

“Happy Labor Day!” Trump tweeted. “Our country is today better than ever with the setting, unemployment is a record low. The US has enormous upside potential, as we go about fixing some of the worst trade agreements ever by a country in the world.”

“Great progress is being made!” Trump Added.

Happy Labor Day! Our country is today better than ever with the setting, unemployment is a record low. The US has enormous upside potential, as we go about fixing some of the worst trade agreements ever by a country in the world. Made great progress!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 3. September 2018

The labor Day tweet was followed by another from Saturday, in the Trump Canada warned “from” a revised NAFTA-offer, unless it is “fair” in the United States, and threatened, you rotten just to waste the current offer of the Congress should interfere “” in the negotiations.

“There is no political need for Canada in the new NAFTA deal” Trump said in a series of tweets as he visited his Virginia golf club at the weekend.

However, it is not clear whether the trump administration has the authority to strike a deal with Mexico, as it Monday announced, and exclude Canada. Of Congress to approve all need to be signed in the NAFTA States, under President Bill Clinton, and to be in favour of refusing an offer that leaves long-time ally of Canada on the sidelines.

The 24-year-old NAFTA cracks most of the trade barriers Division of the United States, Mexico and Canada, and trade between the three countries increased dramatically. But many manufacturers responded to the agreement by moving factories to take South of the border advantage of low Mexican wages, then the shipping of the goods North to the United States and Canada.

Trump in a statement, the offer American factory, wiped out jobs. He has pledged to negotiate a better deal, or from the NAFTA Region as a whole. Talks on a new trade deal began a year ago, but deadlocked over U.S. demands, including some meant the return of manufacturing in the United States.

A few weeks ago, the United States negotiations with Mexico, Canada, leave on the side line began. Outgoing Mexican President, Enrique Peña Nieto, wanted to sign a contract before he left office. Dec. 1. The deal Monday announced, among many other things, which require that 40 percent will be made up to 45 percent of a cars in a North American country, where car workers at least $16 per hour — that is, not in Mexico before qualifying for duty free status.

To give lectures in Canada in the trade bloc are to continue to break in this week as Washington and Ottawa deadlock, try on subjects like Canada’s market for dairy products and the efforts of the United States to shield pharmaceutical companies from generic competition.

“As we have said, the whole week, we working in the direction of a modernized NAFTA is good for the middle class and the people to work hard, to be able to join,” said Adam Austen, a spokesman for the Canadian foreign Minister, Chrystia Freeland. “To reach out with good will and flexibility on all sides, a win-win-win result. Canada, of course, only sign a contract that is good for Canada.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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