Joe Biden Forced To Admit Trump’s USMCA Trade Deal Is Better For American Workers Than NAFTA (VIDEO)

Joe Biden did an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper this week and in a shocking moment, Tapper actually pressed Biden on one of Trump’s successes.

Tapper confronted Biden with the fact that Trump renegotiated NAFTA for the USMCA trade deal.

Biden was ultimately forced to admit that Trump’s deal was better. How astounding.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

Biden Admits Trump’s Trade Deal Better Than NAFTA

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Thursday the USMCA trade deal negotiated by President Donald Trump is better than NAFTA, a deal Biden voted for.

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“It is better than NAFTA ,” Biden told CNN’s Jake Tapper.

Biden was hit during the Democratic primary for supporting NAFTA but insisted his vote wasn’t a mistake. Thursday he claimed to have opposed NAFTA after he voted for it and told Tapper he would not give Trump credit for renegotiating it even though the Obama administration failed to do so.

Trump signed the USMCA trade deal into law in January in the midst of his Senate impeachment trial. He had repeatedly criticized NAFTA during his campaign and promised to renegotiate the trade deal as president.

Watch the video:

Biden is clueless. He and Obama completely abandoned American workers. That’s part of the reason Trump got elected.

Here’s another stunning moment from the same interview:

If Trump had been treated fairly by the press over the last four years, he would win almost 50 states this November.

 

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