Biden: USMCA 'Is Better Than NAFTA' -- But Trump's 'Overall' Mexico Trade Policy Is Worse

Biden: USMCA 'Is Better Than NAFTA' — But Trump's 'Overall' Mexico Trade Policy Is Worse


Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden said the United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement (USMCA) negotiated under President Donald Trump was “better” than NAFTA, which it replaced, and Biden voted for as a senator on Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “The Lead.”

Anchor Jake Tapper said, “Something else he did was renegotiated NAFTA.”

Biden said, “He did.”

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Tapper continued, “When you ran for president and Barack Obama ran for president, you both said you would renegotiate NAFTA. Nancy Pelosi said the USMCA what President Trump signed into law is a, quote, victory for America’s workers. Does he deserve credit for that?”

Biden said, “No. Remember, he wasn’t the one that pushed that particular one that passed. The House amended the bill.”

Tapper said, “He signed it.”

Biden said, “It’s a big deal. They amended it. He was giving Pharma a way out, a gigantic break the way he’s doing now

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