Trade deals that will take effect next week will bring the total number of trade deals approved by the U.S. Congress to more than 2,000.
Among them is a trade deal to extend U.K. membership in the European Union for five years, according to a senior White House official, a deal to ease the way for U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to travel abroad and a $1.3 trillion deal to help U.
Argentina pay for its debt to the U of A.
Those deals are all part of President Donald Trump’s “America First” agenda.
“The president is committed to getting our country back on track, and he has been talking to leaders across the globe about the need for the U!
to remain in the EU and for Argentina to pay its debts,” the official said.
“The President’s goal is to get the United States to be an even more global economy and to help our citizens get the economic opportunity that they deserve.”
“President Trump is a global leader who understands the importance of American leadership,” said White House press secretary Sarah Sanders.
“This week, we are taking action on trade that will help strengthen the U, U. K., and Argentina and will put Americans first.
We are also making progress on a number of issues that will benefit the American people.””
This is a president who has a plan to create jobs, create opportunity, and create prosperity for all Americans,” Sanders added.
This week’s trade deal is expected to be signed by President Trump and is expected by the end of the month, Sanders said.”
And he is committed that we should be doing everything we can to make this country great again, which includes making sure that we continue to build strong U. B.C. and U.A.A.-based businesses and industries.”
This week’s trade deal is expected to be signed by President Trump and is expected by the end of the month, Sanders said.