Listen: President, Commerce Department And Mexico discussed on Orlando's Evening News
"That's right this afternoon. The president announced that he had struck a deal with Canada and Mexico. That would scrap major tariffs for them. And that ended the simmering sort of trade dispute that they've had ongoing now you know, something to replace the NAFTA deal that was going on there. So the president announcing that this afternoon and saying that the pact between those nations. Will replace the North American Free trade agreement, so that followed earlier what happened this morning, and the president was running up against a deadline from the Commerce Department on how to react to what was affecting. You know, the US auto industry, the president saying that he would delay decision by six months on imposing tariffs on auto automobiles and auto parts that are imported from Europe as well as Japan and some other countries. And so that's giving sort of a six-month reprieve on this for everyone to go back to the table. Of course, the president initially had said those imports were causing harm to the American auto industry as well as a national security threat with all the, you know, the steel, and the, the"