You’re fired, NAFTA.
That was Donald Trump’s message to the two decade-old trade agreement between Mexico, Canada, and the U.S.
The GOP presidential front-runner told CBS’ Scott Pelley he would scrap the North American Free Trade Agreement in a bid to create more jobs in the U.S. during an interview set to air on Sunday’s “60 Minutes.”
Trump also criticized his press coverage, saying “some of the media is among the worst people I’ve ever met.”
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