Paul Ryan thinks he can convince Trump to like trade agreements

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House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) believes Republicans in Congress can work with Donald Trump on trade if the GOP nominee wins the White House.

[Daily News | July 27, 2016 |Inside US Trade

Trump has been adamantly opposed to major multilateral trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership and NAFTA, threatening high tariffs for countries like China if they fail to live up to his standards on trade. Many Republicans, meanwhile, have been in favor of TPP and fear the consequences of trade wars sparked by tariff hikes.

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  • commented 2016-07-29 08:19:35 -0400
    I think Mr. Trump has a better idea to form trade agreements with the TPP countries individually. Perhaps it is Mr. Ryan and the congress who should work with Trump to put forth his betters plans and ideas to balance the huuuuge trade deficits and to put America first for a change for the betterment of our country.