Trump hails new U.S.-Mexico trade deal, drops Nafta name over ‘connotations‘

President Donald Trump said Monday the U.S. has reached an agreement with Mexico to enter into a new trade deal, calling it the U.S.-Mexico trade agreement. Speaking in the Oval Office, Trump said he wanted to drop the name "North American Free Trade Agreement," but added "we‘ll see if Canada can be part of [a] deal." He said that talks with Canada will begin soon. Details of the agreement were not immediately available.

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