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"united states mexico canada" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Says he'll undo some of President Trump's executive orders when he's sworn in as president of the United States in January, but that apparently does not include one of the president's landmark trade deals. Arizona's Chamber of Commerce and Industry President and CEO Glenn Hamer. Till's there is on this morning news. Joe Biden supports the United States Mexico Canada Agreement, which was signed into law earlier this year as the replacement for NAFTA. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news Station News, Arizona's news station news 92 3 FM. It's the Gators and Dad show that was fun. Trump supporter You should believe I talked one guy yesterday. He was honest to God. I will never, ever believe that Trump didn't win. Never, ever, ever believe that he didn't win. Even if it goes to court that I said What if it goes to court, he loses first word out of his mouth was Because it's rigged, and I'm like, you know, we're not having a conversation built in reality. I mean, here's the reality. Ah new Poll says 80% of Republicans believe what happened. Joe Biden has won the election and he's going to be the next president. You know, I've got a ton of friends who are buying supporters a ton of friends who are Trump supporter. Nobody's really Biden support. I've got a ton of friends who don't like trump a ton of friends who loved Trump about that. It's very interesting that they also hey, listen, it's over. And, ah You know, they say Trump was awesome, and they think they think Biden won and they moved on to 1016. Rights of 2016, a majority of Democrats thought that the election was stolen Russia by Russia, Russia. Actually, there was 30% of all who believe Russia changed the vote Total. No It's It's like a sports team, right? Your sports team loses. Everybody's against you. The teams, you know that the raps are against you. This is the way it is. And this has happened only think was 2004 was the last time that a majority of Americans believe that the the election was fair that was in the 60% level for independent Republicans and Democrats. The rest of the time, depending on who wins. It's a battle. Nothing's going to stop what's going to happen on January 20th Whether you like it or not, it's the American way People went and voted and listen. They'll try and get that one vote. Nevada figured out I hope they do. It's a mystery. All right. So yesterday, right around five o'clock, the The absent governor of Arizona. Together, he came out on Twitter with a two minute Pre recorded Prescriptive. I guess.
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on KOMO
"Reignites trade tensions with AKI partner just months after the adoption of a new North American trade agreement. Amanda Coletta covers Canadian politics for the Washington Post and spoke with comas. Jeff Pooja, the U. S and Canada have been close for years. What has been Canada's response to this well, Canada today announced, but it would retaliate with its own terrace on roughly $2.7 billion of US aluminum products. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is going to be holding consultations over the next 30 days with business leaders. Industry groups other Canadians on a pretty extensive list of aluminum products that they'll try to Some whittled down, and they said that they will be imposing the tariffs by September 16 so about a month after the United States of Tariffs are expected to be going into effect. So the trade war is heating up with Canada of all of all places, and we mentioned that new trade agreement of these tariffs in line with the or with that agreements or in violation of it well, the new agreement in the United States Mexico Canada agreement. It went into effect on July 1st, so we're just a little bit of her a month from a trade deal that President Trump has, you know, sort of praise as one of his landmark accomplishments you are. You might recall that the United States had lovey tariffs on Canadian aluminum and Steel and 2018 and Canada had retaliated. Then with tariffs on more than $12 billion of American goods, including Catch up whiskey playing cards. In 2019 the Trump Administration agreed. Toe lift those tariffs on Canadian goods on Canada agreed to lift its retaliatory tariffs. In part because this was the only way that Congress said that it would agree to ratify the replacement for NAFTA. Um under the terms of that 2019 agreement if I deal if there was a surge in feeler, aluminum imports from Canada and the United States could re impose tariffs on that product and Canada would be confined to Retaliating on products on Lian that affected sector. So the United States claims that import of one particular type of aluminum from Canada have searched to beyond historic levels. But The aluminum industry on both sides of the border sort of disputes. But there has been a surge as one expert who spoke to my colleagues and I today said this is really where the lawyers come in. So is this dispute expected to cause other problems for the U S Canadian relationship? You know, I think there's a little bit of a weariness with thes. The flaring up of tensions between Canada and the United States. Ah, lot of the premier's, including premiers, who are sort of of a conservative bent have sort of railed against the president today and called on Canada to retaliate. That's Amanda Coletta with the Washington Post. And that's Como's Jeff Pooja Low scores from unfamiliar names of the PGA Championships underway in San Francisco. Here's Como's Bill Schwartz, 25 year old how tongue Lee from China, mostly plays on the European Tour. Today, he posted a five under par 65 at Harding Park to enjoy the second round clubhouse lied at the PGA Championship. 25 year old Californian Cameron champ didn't have a 64 in mind when he arrived at the course today. I just wanted to put a solid round together yesterday I shot one over really did not feel like I played bad. Like I said to Cem, misty shots, summarily iron shots. England's Tommy Fleetwood also shot a 64 to move into contention. Ah, lovely Friday night for Mariners baseball, A T Mobile park players only no Spectators. Seattle takes on the surprising eight and three Colorado Rockies. You say Coochie is on the hill for the M's. Eric K, a former director of communications for the Los Angeles Angels, has been charged by the drug Enforcement Agency with illegally supplying drugs to picture Tyler Skaggs. He died in a hotel room in Texas last year. Florida prosecutors will not pursue I'm robbery charges against Seahawks defensive back Quinton Dunbar due to a lack of evidence. Sports updates a 10 and 40 after the hour Bill Schwartz Comeau News. I didn't write a motorcycle for 52 years, I started having back pain turned.
Trump, Mexico president meet to discuss new U.S., Mexico, Canada trade deal
"Leave President Trump hosting Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Older Adora, the White House today. To celebrate the start of the United States, Mexico Canada agreements The relationship between the United States and Mexico has never been closer than it is right now. And, as the president said, a little while ago, people were betting against that they were actually betting against that, but has never been stronger. Never been closer. We're doing a tremendous job
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"July 1st the United States Mexico Canada Agreement ungainly it U. S M. C A by the U. S International Trade Commission. I welcome Dan Grizz well, to help me understand what it means, Dan wrote in 2019. That it had parts in it that we're not positive. There were parts that were to be welcomed in the renegotiating of the famous NAFTA from the 20th century, But here we are. It's now in effect. And given the concerns in early 2019 that this was about trade, and they deal with China and the rise of the protectionism policies that would in some way. Damage the economy, both of the United States and Mexico. We now have the virus as a moving story, so it's a 400 page study. That's why I need Dan Dan. A very good evening to you. You wrote. Hello, John. You wrote unhappily in early 2019 and nobody is responsible for what they wrote before the virus. Okay, everything changes. It's a free pass, but You wrote unhappily that it would add jobs. But at the same time, looking more clearly into the conditions, it would impose a drag. I believe you argued a net drag on economic activity. Can we anticipate now given that it's just started today and given that they were preparing for this for more than a year? Can we say now that the drag is there or do we need to wait till after the virus after the rehiring after the threat? Good evening to you. Good evening, John. No, I think the drag is still there. But first, let's give President Trump in the administration credit that this was a major promise by the president. His trade representative Bob Lighthizer, delivered renegotiating NAFTA. They renamed it On, and it is a political triumph for the president and passed by large majorities in both chambers in Congress. So the president can check that off. I think the pluses it does pry open the Canadian dairy market a little bit more. It Modernizes NAFTA, borrowing a lot of language from the transpacific partnership, by the way on digital trade and intellectual property, and and John it does remove the uncertainty of the president's rash threat to withdraw from NAFTA, which I think would truly have been a disaster. But the drag comes John from the Automotive rules of origin. Nasty is nowhere more importance than to the North American automobile industry. And I would argue the U. S auto industry has thrived under NAFTA. More integrated, we produce the higher end stuff here. The lower margin, higher mileage cars in our maid in Mexico, and what this does is, it raises the rules of origin, so it requires more of the parts be made in North America. The International Trade Commission that you mentioned they documented That that is going to raise costs for cars in the United States. It's goingto reduce exports of cars and it's going to reduce the overall sales of cars and that's why the Sea said. Taking economic uncertainty out of the equation. It's actually going to be a small net drag on the U. S economy. There were there was talk. I recall back in 2018 2019 when this is much debated. There was talk that they're the new deal would have advantages for both sides when it came to things, such as the environment and working conditions. There were there was anxiety in the one hand, and there was freedom, on the other hand, to do away with some of the what we're seeing his prohibitions unnecessary prohibitions has that come to pass a cz well of the environment or the or the labor conditions. You know, John, I think there's a philosophical disagreement at the root of that. How do you raise labor environmental standards In a country like Mexico? Do you do it by waving a club over their head and making threats? Or do you do it by allowing them to prosper become more productive with more trade? I think it's the latter. This agreement that I think another downside of this agreement. It's going to give the United States special interests. I think a lot more tools to harass Mexican producers and maybe raise tariffs against Mexican Good. You know, John, you mentioned migration Covert 19. I think one reason why Immigration to the United States from Mexico has dropped over the last 10 or 15 years, is the success in ASTA of creating better jobs in Mexico? And I think this agreement well, it doesn't put that in jeopardy. I think it's going to slow that progress that we've seen in Mexico. The Mexican economy is an unknown to me in general, but Mexico has been struggling with the virus. It is having the same problem and how throughout Latin America the open air markets that are vital to the to the local people, how they eat and how they feed and how the poorest parts of the economy actually do productive work because they hold the produce into the market. That's a vector for the virus. So all of this is damaged the economy. I know that it's difficult to see through the virus. But are the Mexican plants enjoying a resurgence, especially in light of the talk of moving the supply chain from Asia Back to North America? You know, the jury's still out on that, John? One thing NAFTA has done and I think USMC ater they let let's put the cards on the table. USMC is largely NAFTA. 2.0, it preserves duty free access that with a little tightening on auto trade, but NAFTA and USMC, they're going to help. Mexico be more competitive to raise its production. We have an interest in Mexico. It's not a zero sum game. We have an interest in Mexico prospering so that they're a better neighbor to the United States, and so they have more tools to battle. Things like covert 19. On DH in raising up Mexico. That was the dream of the time. I don't want to leave out Canada. Canada was very unhappy early on. I recall this. It had to do with tariffs that we're going to be put on goods and cars and steal a one point and I think I recently saw chatter about aluminum. I'm not sure I things go. Baba is Canada happy on July 1st 2020 Yeah, Andi. I think partly it's happiness of relief that the President Trump's threat to withdraw from NAFTA has been taken off the table. But Canada did reasonably well. There's another feature in the auto rules that say 40% of the content has to be made by workers earning $16 an hour or more. That's no problem in the United States and Canada. It really says no Mexicans need apply. For those jobs so candidate did reasonably well. The president is still waving the Billy clubs of imposing tariffs on national security grounds, which is really laughable against Canada and aluminum. You're right. Canada's are major supplier of aluminum. They are one of the best friends we have in the world John on things like national security abroad across the whole broad front of issues. We shouldn't be imposing tariffs on imports from Canada, especially when we've just signed this major agreement to keep tariffs that zero. Last thought we could have a new president come January 2021 we have about a minute as they Biden campaign indicated in any fashion. It's approval or disapproval of USMC a day today. I think I haven't heard an official pronouncement. But you know the Democratic leadership in Congress, Nancy Pelosi. Others supported us, in large part because the administration gave them everything they wanted in terms of labor and environmental enforcement. So I think President Vice President Biden had a mixed record when he was in the Senate. On trade. You supported NAFTA. He supported China's entry into the W T o, but he's not been a full free traders, so it remains to be seen. And, of course, the Bernie Sanders Wing of this party is pulling him in a protectionist direction, so we'll have to see what kind of president Bite would be on trade if you get selected Daniel Griswold, senior research fellow co director of.
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"And Miami Beach. Bringing back It's curfew starting tonight more coming up at noon. Alright. Thanks, Mrs Doom and gloom. We will talk to you. I'm here for you. I know you are a zone. Black cloud. I want to talk to Ray Starling right now. Former U S. D, a chief of staff, Right? How you doing? Hey, Good morning, Glenda to get top Thanks for being on United States Mexico Canada Agreement going in today. Now, this is, you know, kind of replacing the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994 some new rules around digital trade. Also things being made in this country. What's your take on this? Well, I think this is the fulfillment of a promised by President Trump. I think on the campaign trail back in 2016 Hey, talked about the fact that you know the trade deals can be good, but but he'd like to be improved. You like to see a more managed a different way. Three amazing thing I think is the most folks was that when he came in the office, he kept that promise. He kept at a thinking in mind, and we ended up now today with a new trade agreement that governs trade with our biggest rate partners. You're right T site the the way you described it. It really is a model. That's a world that Trade representative in the trade when it does provide a lot more protection. I think for Americans and American jobs and what we had in place ready to, I think it telling fact that this is a good thing is that it had bipartisan support and even won the rare support of the F L C I O, which is the country's largest labor organization. Well, I would argue even even better evidence that it was a good thing is the fact that you are very, very little about it and write in sort of a mainstream plus days, a huge bipartisan victory. A huge victory again for that American worker blue collar well follows you on your right, You know, very bipartisan old in the in the U. S house and in the Senate. On a big wind and, frankly, a win for everybody And more of the kind of thing we need to see out of government and more the council would be back about. You know, I did my show live from the White House last year on the U. S. M. C, A and one of the things that caught my attention that I really liked about this. Not only is he going to generate you know over 170,000 new jobs, but It's got new trade routes, trade rules of origin to drive higher wages by requiring that 40 to 45% of auto content be made by workers earning at least $16 per hour. And it's also pertains to Mexico. I mean, they have got to raise The wages of their workers, which, in essence, a cz. You know, Ray. If if Mexicans were making more money and providing more for their family, they have no need to come in here to try to sneak across the border. And take jobs over here. Couch. Wilson burned a DEA. I think the the point of making again there that, um you know, tight deals govern our relationships and the movement of goods across borders. And if we're going to strike a deal, that deal cannot come to the detriment of U. S workers. And this agreement is a new model in that regard. You're talking about what you just referenced. Eyes a huge boon to the automotive industry requiring that 75% of component parts manufactured in the region in order to get this, you know the favorable terrifically one if you will. That something like 40 to 45% of the components that go into the car into the automobile, mobile or truck. You have to be done by someone earning at least 16 bucks an hour. Those are protections for Americans. Quite frankly, they're helpful to Mexico. They are ultimately going to deal with some of the poverty issues we've seen down there. That exactly is you going out drive some of the foreign policy conversation. We have to have that, in fact, are domestic Environment. Well, I want to point out something you said in the beginning, and it's so true, and I never thought of it this way. But you're right. The fact that this is not mainstream news today, the fact that this isn't one of the top stories on NBC, ABC. CBS. CNN is very telling. Very well and it touches it touches all of us. I mean, I think folks like that, cos that's manufacturers. That's not me. Look, it governs your financial transactions it governs. E books governs download music services TRAVEL Cancun, It governs the rules of the road with regard to how you get their transportation airlines vehicles. All. It's extraordinarily complicated, and that's why I'm such a big, big accomplishment to have gotten this done. I write nice talking to you. You have a great day. Okay? You too. Ray Starling, former U. S. D, a chief of staff. I was trying to remember what month it was, but I did my show live from the White House That was one of about 14. Radio host that was invited to do it, and it was an honor and it was very, very interesting. And I interviewed I can't even sit here and tell you I mean, Wilbur Ross, Um Sonny Perdue, Head of agriculture mean they just had a revolving door of officials coming in talking about this, and they're also the same thing at the time that everybody's for Republicans and Democrats Nancy Pelosi held this up for a long time. She held up is a bartering chip. But finally I got past implemented today. This is a good thing for this country. Very,.
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Because I give a damn and I care about my community my dad is a retired navy captain he served our country honorably my grandfather's retired navy captain and I'm doing my part to help our country because I give a damn and I'm gonna fight for it and I am one hundred percent voting for Donald Trump on Tuesday November third twenty twenty the Democrat party does not put our people first they put sanctuary cities first they put a legal aliens first they tax us big tax or water you can't even do laundry and sour on the same day one eight C. pelo see is getting hundreds of thousands of dollars robbing our pockets not doing anything for our people not passing legislation passing out and like their candy yeah right but this is the California brothers the west problem this is this a big city problem in certain areas where they're welcoming it and then you know okay Los Angeles perfect example put all this money into a homeless apartments right they're gonna build these apartments for the homeless seven hundred thousand dollars for an apartment medium price home in LA's about anywhere between five thirty in about six hundred thousand so one bad one bedroom home apartment seven hundred thousand dollars are you kidding me cities are mass their gross in certain areas I was in LA about three weeks ago four weeks you're just disgusting I was in San Diego Sir there's just it's vile I would sever Cisco two years ago I will never go back there again unless I absolutely must why because it's gross it's nasty it's gnarly it's disgusting and they've done it to themselves and they have and because they have all of this top heavy you know look how much money we have we have all of these things and look how great it is I say it and I'll say it again I'll say it again and again and again and again California and places like that but in particular California is the way it is because of the weather it's not the politics it's the weather if the weather had snow and it was like buffalo I have news for you it wouldn't be that way meanwhile president trump assigning United States Mexico Canada agreement I deciding trade deals and he's cutting our taxes in the securing the border he's putting our veterans first all right and routed of president trump and I am voting for him because he's putting.
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Sing out and like their candy meanwhile president trump assigning United States Mexico Canada agreement any signing trade deals and he's cutting our taxes in the securing the border he's putting our veterans first a president trump and I am voting for him because he's putting the American people first thank you whether we're just sort of while gutsy Macy's there flanked by a couple of people are helping to clean up the streets and he just he let's see lets it rip it doesn't make you any the is this sort of thing is name is Scott Pressler by the way I know these also under the to the to to attack one the persistence but his name is Scott Pressler and what you're preaching that the belly of the beast I mean you are you are and you are in you know San Francisco baby I think the that there there's a female voice that you hear for a for a split second on the recording I believe that that is the agitator in that life think she's trying to tell you what were you saying that that that people are you legal like she's she's the bridge you're dealing here anymore after like the beginning of the of the audio right yeah she's calling him out yeah trying to we're at war will why are you with the right thing no no no what he's saying is why don't we take care of American citizen yet we take up and take care of American veterans yeah I don't see anybody starve to death out there in the street but at the same time you you gotta you gotta recognize that you have to prioritize the needs of people it's terrible right parts got a story Chinese man threatened to kill himself with firecrackers in gasoline because his birthday party was canceled due to the corona virus all this terrible what's pretty messed up I mean that is that is it's a terrible thing I mean you up we have a very damaged world in many ways but at the same time truth does get through I am a Presley's out there agitating and she says that the constitution is sexist by its very design and that women are shackled in twenty twenty because women didn't write the constitution at all I don't know but I mean it's okay and so to fix it change it it is a constitutional amendment we are a member of Congress you are powerful you are among the five hundred and thirty five most powerful people in these United States of America come on stop stop pointing at problems and say who we can't fix it none of it can be fixed we're all world just helpless in were victims your fear Congress woman you are not a victim absolutely not a victim eight hundred seven sixty KFMB to have your say a hundred seven sixty five three six two eight this president's.
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Seen a yes I think countries to divide for that same moment in time you have a president just with them you look at one contract signing United States Mexico Canada agreement with China trying to bring Middle East all the while we had house managers on the other side working the only Democrats seating the house managers that's what they want to highlight their genes and there was a message to the American public of what a majority in the house the Democrats were house man I think they yes Sir thank you we understand from the office morning light when she didn't well being all three was it online the young mothers single mother I'll go to a better school was it a live in your own great grandfather grandson dreamt of going to space because of what is grandfather was a great grandfather was a cheese in America was it a live policies sanctuary city there were four brothers missing rocking oldest brother wasn't alive and this is the greatest economy we've watched in our lifetime was it alive this is a blue collar low low I was the only lie they had nothing to do with it that they were so read them on that was their own the president never mentioned hasn't only talk about America.
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Amazon say deliveries Bob of masks will be delayed for weeks president trump has signed the revised north American free trade agreement into law for pulling a campaign promise to re write what he calls one of the worst trade deals in history much of the new United States Mexico Canada agreement or U. S. M. C. A. simply updates the twenty five year old nafta with new laws on intellectual property protection the internet investment state owned enterprises and currency everybody said this was a deal that could not be done too complicated too big couldn't be done we got it done one significant change nafta required automakers to produce sixty two point five percent of a vehicle's content in North America to qualify for zero tariffs the new agreement raises that threshold overtime to seventy five percent for the first time the new agreement also mandates that forty to forty five percent of the parts for any terror for a vehicle must come from a so called high wage factory however critics caution that factories may be able to game of the rules by including some high paid managers in their calculations it's eleven minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next the battle for second place in Iowa in the now the human resources director Fernando Pino has Kronos for HR payroll.
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"New corona virus is less likely to result in death than sars which killed one in ten infected patients president trump has signed the revised to north American free trade agreement into law for filling a campaign promise to re write what he calls one of the worst trade deals in history which of the new United States Mexico Canada agreement or U. S. M. C. A. simply updates the twenty five year old now after with new laws and intellectual property protection the internet investments state owned enterprises and currency it's really a trade partnership if you look at it that way and it's a day of great celebration and all three countries one significant change the deal it sets up on independent panel they can investigate factories accused of violating labor rights and stop shipments of that factory's goods at the border it also establishes an inter agency committee to monitor Mexico's labor reforms Mexico also committed to enact sweeping legal changes to combat forced labor and violence against workers and allow for independent unions and labor courts it's eleven minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news in the human resources director Fernando penal past Kronos for HR payroll talent in time he's completely crashing at he even has his own hype some supporting our entire work force everyone has different hours skill sets and pay grades.
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on 600 WREC
"On Amazon say deliveries Bob of masks will be delayed for weeks president trump has signed the revised north American free trade agreement into law for pulling a campaign promise to re write what he calls one of the worst trade deals in history much of the new United States Mexico Canada agreement or U. S. M. C. A. simply updates the twenty five year old nafta with new laws on intellectual property protection the internet investment state owned enterprises and currency everybody said this was a deal that could not be done too complicated too big couldn't be done we got it done one significant change nafta required automakers to produce sixty two point five percent of a vehicle's content in North America to qualify for zero tariffs the new agreement raises that threshold overtime to seventy five percent for the first time the new agreement also mandates that forty to forty five percent of the parts for any terror for a vehicle must come from a so called high wage factory however critics caution that factories may be able to game of the rules by including some high paid managers in their calculations it's eleven minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next the battle for second place in Iowa now the human resources director Fernando female passed Kronos for HR payroll talent in time he's completely crashing at as its own hype someone.
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Jobs just last week alone the United States converted to extraordinary trade deals the agreement with China and the United States Mexico Canada agreement as a result of our efforts investment is pouring into our country we regained our stride we discovered our spirit and we awaken the powerful machinery of American enterprise America is thriving Rick is flourishing and yes Erica is winning again like never before this present enough Davos some of the comments he made a very very well received I'm looking for the entire speech and actually Lincoln's you guys be will find it on the on the morning drive page on Facebook a because it was I think of the best speech of his presidency I truly do I thought the last years and I said this yesterday morning early last year's in a speech to say the union was was stellar this is speech I thought it was just overwhelmingly amazing at the same time you have those on the left both of politics and the media deciding it's time to attack the president for not doing the things they want him to do gonna like crippling our economy to pursue the green new deal I'm Joe Scarborough he's the one who's in a Mister Micah and they do a you know what is it the morning Micah I think they have fallen on on on a set MSNBC youngest listen to his comments here the first attacks the president for not pursuing actively not pursuing the green new deal and then he says in the next sentence it's time for the president to deal with the problem that exists right here on this continent and then the names the country's talking about on this continent listen carefully you have to be a fool.
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder really secular calm studio speaking of people in reaching themselves Peter Schweitzer has a new book out this sense not just hunter five Biden family members who've enrich themselves because of Jules Tyson talk about that later on as well president trump in Davos says we're winning like never before we regained our stride we discovered our spirit in re awaken the powerful machinery of American enterprise America is thriving America's flourishing in yes America is winning again like never before just last week alone the United States concluded to extraordinary trade deals the agreement with China and the United States Mexico Canada agreement the two biggest trade deals ever made they just happen to get done in the same week by the way al Sharpton said that trump's bombast is an attempt to cover up his ignorance so rather than sit there and try and learn he overruled everybody with bombast and with anger so he doesn't have to engage in conversation so you don't know that he's really not a moron with toast and found out and assessed and said al Sharpton calling somebody a moron so you probably don't remember that was trapped and ran for president and during the debates the debate moderator A. B. C.'s Peter Jennings the then nightly news host of ABC news asked how sharp in whom he report report who he would appoint to the federal reserve and al Sharpton had no idea of the question and listen to this Evan sharp I like to ask you a question with domestic policy if you don't mind if during your term as president if you become the nominee and you have the opportunity to nominate someone to be chairman of the federal reserve board what kind of person would you consider for the job name someone in particular if you have someone in mind and maybe just take a minute or so to give us a little bit about your views on monetary policy well first of all let me say this I I wanted to say his name who you choose as chair of the federal reserve and our struck they give us your views on monetary policy it was a little bit about your views on monetary policy well first of all let me say this I I wanted to say go to do you don't be hard on yourself about of.
Trump blasts impeachment trial in Davos
"President trump's impeachment trial officially opens today in the Senate and peers got Newman reports there's likely to be some wrangling first over how the trial will be conducted on Monday Majority Leader Mitch McConnell introduced a four page resolution detailing his plan for the Senate impeachment trial only the third ever against the president McConnell wants to place a time limit on arguments with the house first making its case against the president in a total of twenty four hours in up to two sessions the same would apply to the defense the Senate jurors would then have up to sixteen hours for questions whether or not to allow witnesses would be decided after that lawmakers have until tomorrow morning to offer amendments but unless Democrats can peel off at least four Republican senators McConnell's plan is likely to stand Scott Newman NPR news Washington despite the Senate impeachment trial president trump is attending the annual World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland that is where he is touting his administration's recent trade accomplishments just last week alone the United States concluded to extraordinary trade deals the agreement with China and the United States Mexico Canada agreement to two biggest trade deals ever made they just happen to get done in the same week these agreements represent a new models of trade for the twenty first century agreements that are fair reciprocal and that prioritizes the needs of workers and families the person rather the White House says that president trump will meet other world leaders at the economic forum in Switzerland they included the president of a rock and Pakistan's prime
"united states mexico canada" Discussed on KOMO
"Prices expected to go up in that state five to seventeen cents a gallon that's because under the draft plan their new one release this week it's called the transportation and climate initiative gas and diesel suppliers would have to buy pollution credits a government auctions that cost is and passed on to motorists Massachusetts energy environment secretary Katie theories says she's looking to help people who have long commutes we're also looking at rural communities people who have to drive forty or a hundred miles to work on a regular basis to give them options like access to electric vehicles down under the plan pollution from trucks and cars is estimated to go down there thinking about twenty five percent again in the state of Massachusetts North America appears headed for a new trade agreement the United States Mexico Canada agreement or U. S. M. C. A. replaces now after that has guided trade between the three countries for over twenty five years the house passed U. S. M. C. A. this week the Senate expected to take up the legislation after the holidays Dale you wrong in Fresno the reporting that farmers are sharing what they think about the new bill companies have sought a sense of market certainty in the wake of recent trade wars manual kun you of any say farmers league says the U. S. M. C. A. could bring that along with stricter labor and environmental enforcement leveling the playing field for all three nations it would also increase access by dairy farmers into the Canadian market and I think what this gives us an opportunity for a more balanced movement of goods on both directions with Baltimore experiencing one of the most violent years on record the city's police commissioner has given the green light to almost a new crime fighting tool that being surveillance planes circling troubled neighborhoods during the day sending back well all kinds of images of suspects comings and goings only after crimes that happen city solicitor andra Davis explain the pilot.
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"Summer she Taylor in every computer the president rallied in Michigan after Republicans stuck together voted no on impeachment the demos for the most part voted yes here's Nancy Pelosi I could not be prouder of more inspired by them by the moral courage of the house Democrats well the very latest on this during the news at six Hollywood types are reacting to the impeachment vote for Bette Midler to simple words she tweeted impeach Alyssa Milano tweets she is heartbroken Jon Voight sent a video called in god we trust this is evil intent to destroy a president who was America in his hands and the left to destroy what do we do we pray lizards seems confused in her tweet what happens next she asked and Jersey Shore star Vinny says he'd rather see trump's day and have the P. Mike pence take over after voting to impeach the house is expected today to approve something more popular the United States Mexico Canada agreement is expected to pass a bipartisan support speaker Nancy Pelosi one could key concessions from the administration it gives lawmakers really from both parties a chance to support an agreement that's attracted to farmers to renters and business owners NASA says Boeing starliner capsules ready for tomorrow's and piloted test flight to the international space station the flight is the first step in watching astronauts from U. S. soil both Boeing and SpaceX are developing spacecraft a fairy NASA and private astronauts to the ISS right now the starliner is set to launch Borden at was five from the Cape Canaveral Air Force station right during our show six thirty six tomorrow morning ensure it's the holiday season and that means gift giving but when it comes to coworkers there some things to.
Trump Aides and Democrats Agree on Trade Pact With Mexico and Canada
"Let's start in DC house. Democrats announced on Tuesday that they had reached a deal with the trump administration on a new North American trade agreement. The United States Mexico Canada Agreement or US MCA replaces. The artist formerly known as the North American Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA and Gideon. The the timing of the announcement couldn't be more interesting. Yes so the weird thing about the politics of what was happening in DC on Tuesday is that this gets announced Coinciding siding with the introduction of articles of impeachment against President Trump so obviously it gave the administration and Republicans the opportunity to tout a success rate before an election election year. This was something that trump had wanted to do for a long time and left some Democrats confused as to why members of Congress would let this happen as it did. Yeah and and the timing does sort of encapsulate. This ongoing theme that the Democrats have been talking about the argument goes that they can legislate and investigate at the same time. Here's part of what House Speaker Kerr. Nancy Pelosi had to say to reporters wonder how you can say that president trump is an existential threat to democracy in one hand but also worked so closely the visit ministration. You get something like this is such a power to them as well say that we came a long way from what he originally proposed what he originally proposed proposed and there are some people who said why make it look like he has eventually well. We've we've we're declaring victory for the American worker. What is in this agreement but but we would never not any one of us is important enough for us to hold up a trade agreement that is important for American workers right so as Nancy was saying there? The deal has a number of concessions from the White House in the new trade agreement. Like what Gideon like what. Well the Democrats said that they were able to get an agreement to remove a particular rule that was set on pharmaceuticals originally certain drugs. We're going to be protected from generic competition for up to ten years. which would have impacted the cost of prescription drugs? Ah basically the way that it works. It's sort of like if there is no competition for these drugs and pharmaceutical companies can sell them for whatever cost that got removed moved Democrats so that they added more enforcement to make sure that Mexico is following through on this new rule to make it easier for workers to unionize and then some other environmental protections to okay okay and even though the whole day in DC was shall we say peculiar. It kind of seemed like Democrats moved on this when they did because they got the go-ahead from big labor unions. Yeah I think that was sort of the writing on the wall the AFL CIO the country's largest labor federation they signed off endorsed the deal AFL CIO president. Richard Trumka tweeted on Tuesday quote. Make no mistake. We demanded a trade deal that benefits workers and fought every single day to negotiate that deal and now we have secured an agreement that working people can probably support the Democrats were happy. Trump was happy. Unions were happy. Are they all going to join hands and sing We are the world now
Trump travels to Pennsylvania to rally supporters
"Casualties the base remains secure president Donald Trump is mocking Democrats for their efforts to impeach him as he rally supporters in the key swing state of Pennsylvania transmissible Ania Tuesday followed a momentous day of the U. S. capitol were Democrats unveil articles of impeachment shortly there after signal their support for the president's long sought United States Mexico Canada trade agreement Seattle mayor Jimmy Durkin else's speed limits on city streets will be dropping to twenty five miles per hour as part of
Trump travels to Pennsylvania to rally supporters
"About resident trump is marking Democrats for their efforts to impeach him as the rally supporters in the key swing state of Pennsylvania from service it to the state Tuesday followed a moment to stay at the U. S. capitol were Democrats unveiled articles of impeachment shortly after signaled their support for the president's long sought United States Mexico Canada trade
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"Look at some of the things you'll need to know today the chairman of the house intelligence committee that would be one Adam Schiff says that a full report on impeachment will be submitted to the Judiciary Committee very soon after the thanksgiving recess resident pushing Nancy Pelosi to put the new version of nafta the United States Mexico Canada agreement you SMCA up for a vote soon the new north American trade deal will replace nafta which we remember was crafted during the Clinton administration president said yesterday everybody knows it's a great deal she knows it's a great deal she said it she keeps saying she wants to get it done but we're talking about many many months sitting on her desk no votes a federal judge as directed White House counsel don McGann to testify before the house judicial committee judge Jackson rejected the president's administration's claim that McGann can't be forced to testify because he was a close adviser to the president you can expect an appeal on that one and I don't know what took so long but animal cruelty is now a federal crime bipartisan bill passed by Congress signed into law by the president yesterday the prevent animal cruelty and torture act outlaws purposefully crushing burning drowning suffocating impaling or other violence causing serious bodily injury to animals those convicted could face fines and up to seven years in prison.
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"Welcome to the public news service daily newscast for Monday October Seventh Twenty nineteen I'm Mary Sherman. Some divisive cases are untapped for the Supreme Court's new session and a top automaker goals for progress on a new trade deal with Canada and Mexico the Supreme Court starts its first full term with to a President Donald Trump's appointees the court will hear cases regarding gay and transgender rights deportation protections. anti gun regulations on Friday the justices added an abortion case the percents Justice Brett Kavanagh's confirmation created a stronger conservative thirty a senior member of the House Democratic Caucus says they have the two hundred seventeen votes needed to pass articles of impeachment against President trump stemming from his Ukraine call even before their planned hearings or formal investigation lawyers representing the whistleblower in the case against the president say a second whistle blower has come forward also an intelligence official who has spoken to the Inspector General Congressional leaders still are trying to hammer out a new trade agreement with Canada and Mexico and supporters say there is a lot on the line for workers the United States Mexico Canada Agreement or US MCA would replace the nineteen ninety-four agreement known as Nafta twelve million American jobs are supported by exports within North America Ford Motor Company's President of Automotive Joe Henrik's explains the trade deal as especially crucial for the auto industry having a competitive US MCA agreement ratified certified so we can plan. The business is very important to our manufacturing footprint and to our employees it was already ratified the agreement there are calls for US lawmakers to approve the deal by the end of November with hopes that Canada will ratify around the same time North Korea that Sunday the US's claims that nuclear talks between the two countries were good are misleading the public discussions between the countries broke down on Saturday North Korea warned that if the US does not change its approach by the end of the year then relations between the two countries may immediately come to an end back here in the state victim compensation from the nation's first atomic bomb tests conducted a New Mexico nearly seventy five years ago will be the subject of a field oversight hearing in Albuquerque today Roz Brown has the details in Nineteen Ninety Congress passed the radiation exposure compensation act to provide money and health benefits for uranium.
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"Fifty bushels per acre park hill in the end no one hundred fifty five acres of group two point five beans planted may eighth made fifty nine bushels to the acre compared to seventy six last year and Waverly Iowa northeastern part of the state field of soybeans made thirty bushels per acre last year that field yielded sixty three bushels of soybeans per acre words from the speaker of the house. were quote moving ahead on a trade deal. the house proceeding with work on a trade agreement with Mexico and Canada that according to speaker Nancy Pelosi blows the whose support is key to getting the United States Mexico Canada agreement passed in the law said that house Democrats had discussed the agreement on Wednesday and are hopefully moving forward meanwhile China's top diplomat said yesterday China is willing to buy more US products and said trade talks would yield results if both sides quote take more in boozy estate measures to show good will and reduce quote pessimistic language in their trade dispute and again today a report of another sale of U. S. soy beans to trying to one hundred and twenty six thousand tons. the current marketing year I'm a final comment on the trying to U. S. situation turned trade talks between the two countries set to resume October tenth in Washington DC. but your money on seven twenty WGM..
Trump ends 2018 with storm of contradictory border wall tweets
"President Trump sounding off on border security again in a series of New Year's Eve tweets insisting Mexico is paying for the border wall through billions of dollars that are saved through a new United States, Mexico Canada trade agreement the president ending his tweet storms saying despite all the technology available for border security, nothing can replace what he calls a good old fashioned wall.
In border wall money fight, no clear path yet to avoid partial shutdown
"What we're hearing is that the White House is telling the agencies and departments scrounge around for some loose change until we get a billion dollars, the problem with that is, you know, congress appropriates money for specific purposes, you can't just take money from roads and put it into a wall. So we are still at loggerheads. We'll and so yesterday, then press secretary Sarah Sanders walks into the briefing room. You're there in the front row, and you guys start getting into what happens here. Well, I asked her where the money would come from. And why is he asking him American payer for them? What he promised. Mexico's we're not asking American tax payers for that. And her answer was that Mexico would pay through the benefits of this new NAFTA. The US MCA is the president calls it the United States Mexico Canada agreement. The president has been clear that the US MCA deal would provide additional revenue through that deal. That would show that Mexico's paying for the wall of the trade benefits is there already. Don't don't go to the treasury. The problem is pointed out that would be trade benefits go to private individuals. The wall needs to be paid for by the United States Treasury somehow, you get the money from private individuals into the treasury that's called taxes, and it's still American taxpayers paying. I mean, it just seems Ford makes money off of it. You're still paying taxes for the wall. Whether you buy a Ford or not, that's right. And the other thing is that once the taxes come in its congress at the end of the day who still must pass a law to say this money shall be spent for a walk. All he's talking about the general revenue that comes from that you're gonna tax taxing. We're having about additional revenue that wouldn't have existed without the president getting new deal. There. Are there have been a number of things that we've looked at in which we know we'll have additional revenue that comes in through the US. So it's a bit of flimflam ary out of this White House that somehow a new trade agreement which would benefit private individuals will pay the twenty five billion dollars minimum. That will the wall will cost. There's it's kind of a shell game. Here. Look at the money over here. Maybe we can get it over here. But there's a lot of steps in between. And it's still not Mexico. You mentioned congressional numbers are the ones that need to pass this thing before the president can sign it. So what is the outlook here? What did they still need democratic help? But Republicans still need to be unified on board. What are you seeing from each party right now? Well, both parties want to go home for Christmas. So how you feeling we're going to see a shutdown or is this going to be I don't know it'd be and they think this is the president's fight. They are looking for something that will satisfy him at this point and kick the can down the road over the big fight. They have to have over the wall, you support building a wall. But the president promise that Mexico was going to pay for this. Why are we even having this? Fight about five billion dollars from American taxpayers because Mexico's not gonna pay for from the president's point of view. This is all good. He is communicating to his base to his people that no one no one in America is more fierce about the border than he is it easy to talk about principles before shutdown actually starts usually start talking dollars and cents. Is that deadline gets closer? We'll see what happens. Thank you, Terry. Thanks, brad. So the white has ended up backing down on the wall. You could chalk that up as a loss. A big win last night though as a bipartisan vote from the Senate pushed a Bill through that the president supported some of the most sweeping reforms to criminal Justice sentencing we've seen in years, but the sentence that everyone in Washington was wondering about yesterday was the president's former national security adviser, Michael
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"With the president of China this weekend. Both are locked in a multi-billion dollar trade war. Civil rights leaders say the indictment of four Saint Louis metropolitan police officers reveals a troubling mindset. Inside the department Saint Louis public radio's Rachel Lipman reports. The officers are facing federal charges for their roles in the assault of an undercover officer during a two thousand seventeen protests. The charges include excessive force obstruction of Justice and lying to a grand jury four officers have been suspended without pay the undercover detective was among hundreds of people arrested at downtown Saint Louis in September of last year. It was the third day of protests after a white for a police officer was acquitted of shooting and killing a black, man. That's Rachel Lipman reporting. This is NPR and I'm Jimmy Floyd for WNYC. Some New York City council. Members are introducing a Bill to make the government bidding process with corporations more transparent. The new law would prohibit officials from signing nondisclosure agreements with companies as happened in the Amazon deal councilmember Brad Lander says he feels that level of secrecy should not happen again. If the law had been in place, the city would have had to say we can't sign a non disco. Agreement. So there's two choices. We can make a bid, but it has to be public and people would be able to see it. The Bill is cosponsored by council members Monty Williams and Jimmy van Bremer atop regional Federal Housing administrator is calling for the arrest of three Niger officials after a report found they regularly lied about elevator. Inspections. Lynn Pat overseas region, two of the department of housing and urban development, which includes New York and New Jersey yesterday. She tweeted that the Niger employees should be jailed after they were charged with dozens of felony counts. For falsifying inspection reports. Daily news reporter, Greg Smith says Patten has little authority to pursue the case herself. She has almost nothing to do with this. I guess it's well intention that she does ask a question that is important. And that is did anybody higher up the ladder condone this behavior that isn't really important question. That's the most important question. Smith says the case will be handled by. The district attorney, and Shirley Chisholm story is coming to the big screen and Oscar winning actress viola Davis is bringing it to life. Davis is set to produce and star in a new film about Chisholm for Amazon studios called the fighting, Shirley Chisholm Chisholm, the first black woman ever elected to congress represented New York's twelfth district in the house of representatives from nineteen sixty nine to nine thousand nine hundred eighty three. She was also the first woman to seek the democratic party's presidential nomination in nineteen seventy-two Chisholm died in two thousand five at age eighty and we'll have a retrospective later on all things considered tonight. We've got a twenty percent chance of light rain, otherwise cloudy with a low around thirty four degrees. Currently forty two degrees and cloudy at four oh, six support for NPR comes from farmers insurance committed to helping people understand the ins and outs have insurance. So they can prepare for lives ups and downs. Coverage op. Options and more information can be found at farmers dot com. This is all things considered for men. PR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Audie Cornish all is run. President Trump's first day the twenty summit in Argentina. He's working his way through a series of meetings. There Trump's visit comes on the heels of a big development and special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation a guilty plea by his former attorney Michael Cohen, and what it revealed about Trump's efforts to land a business deal with Russia during the two thousand sixteen campaign NPR White House correspondent tamra Keith is traveling with the president and joins us now from when his IRAs their town. Hey, ATI sometimes when a president goes overseas. The White House is trying to leave all the domestic troubles behind is that the case this time, the answer would seem to be no. And and the reason I say that is that President Trump was supposed to have a meeting here with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he abruptly cancelled that on the way to Argentina via tweet saying it was because of Russian aggression against Ukraine, but then this afternoon there were. Reports of a possibly an informal meeting happening between Trump and Putin. Those reports were being pushed from Russia and the White House put out a sort of an odd statement referring to the Mueller investigation. Sarah Sanders sent this along she said the Russian witch-hunt hoax, which is hopefully now nearing an end is doing very well. Unfortunately, it probably does undermine our relationship with Russia, which was not entirely the answer to the question that we were asking another way that we know that the president's thinking about it is that he's been tweeting about it from here in Argentina a little while ago. Reporter's got to ask the president questions, and and one of the questions was about why he cancelled his meeting with Putin. He insisted it was because of Ukraine, hopefully, they'll be able to settle it out. Flowers amazing with president. The basis of what took place. With respect to the ships, sailors that was the. In the meantime, what else has been going on at the g twenty one big thing that happened today was before the g twenty started a signing ceremony at the president's hotel with the leaders of Canada and Mexico signing the US MCA that is the trade deal that will replace NAFTA. One interesting note is that during remarks, President Trump and president Pineyro of Mexico. It was his last day on the job both referred to it as the US MCA, which is the preferred title that President Trump likes, but prime minister Trudeau kept calling it new NAFTA, even though President Trump does not like the term NAFTA at all. But you know, this is a notable moment because this is a step in the process of President Trump, keeping a campaign promise that said congress and legislatures in Mexico and Canada still need to sign off on this on another subject. The Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman is there. He's of course, been under scrutiny since the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi has he actually interacted with President Trump yet. So a White House official says that they just exchanged pleasantries that there was no discussion. This comes in pretty big contrast with a video that's been circulating of Russian President Putin, and m Bs exchanging sort of an intricate high five that looked very celebratory the president is under some scrutiny about this because he has questioned the CIA assessment that NBS ordered the killing of Jamal kashogi. That's NPR's tamra Keith tamra. Thank you. You're welcome. And we're going to start right there with the g twenty talks in Argentina for our regular week in politics chat. We also need to take stock of another wild week in the Russia investigation. David Brooks of the New York Times is here in the studio as he often has on Friday, David with you and Susan Glasser. The New Yorker, welcome to you. Thanks so much. So President Trump signed this new NAFTA deal today, except as we just heard we're not supposed to call it NAFTA anymore. That's controversial. We are referring to the United States Mexico Canada agreement the US MCA, Scott, I'm tempted to call it also maybe prospects for a trade deal or some sort of agreement with China that may be coming together down at the g twenty Susan. Let me start with you does this count as progress in a year where we have spent a lot more time talking about trade wars than trade deals. Well, look, I think President Trump made a decision to sort of pull back from the brink and to declare victory with the reincarnated NAFTA. Whatever you wanna call it, most experts, and I'm not one on this subject. Do believe that it essentially is a reincarnated NAFTA that it builds on the foundation substantially of the original went and by the way, it's not attend deal. I should point out that there's going to be a real political fight. I think. Up here in Washington on Capitol Hill over approving this. So it's not over. Although President Trump was was taking it as a victory lap. Today was also strengthened by government coming in Mexico, which will inherit the steel by a president on his last day there. That's right. And and I thought you saw the lasting hard feelings as a result of these very tough negotiations with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who did appear at the last minute was uncertain at the signing ceremony today in Buenos Aires. But had some strong words for President Trump, and you've had this amazing spectacle. What have we taken to get here of the United States going after candidate one of its closest allies, David your takeaway, so far from the g twenty well, so far the image of Muhammad bin Salman and Putin doing an end zone dance together is the big takeaway video circulating of them doing a hi fi. Looking very cheer an image. It's a symbol. It's a symbol of an era in which the wolves of the global international order are on the March and undeterred because there's no one. Deter them. And so that's one thing. The second thing I think is the China US relationship and this thank heaven is not a Trump related story to me the big change in US China relations is that we used to have people who were friends of China somewhere, foes of China and the foreign policy establishment sort of split. That's no longer the case. Now, everyone sees China as a challenge, but as a foe Hank pulse in the former treasury fare gave a speech in Singapore recently in which he laid that very clearly and he was very much in the camp. So when Trump talks tough on China trade, he now has a lot of people who are not normally his friends actually thinking he's doing the right thing me loop.
USMCA trade deal: Who gets what from 'new Nafta'?
"Last month, the United States and Canada agreed to replace the North American Free trade agreement. President Trump was never a fan of NAFTA. So much is called disaster. The new NAFTA will be replaced by the US MCA the United States Mexico Canada agreement. Stephen Harper is a former prime minister of Canada, he talks about how this deal will benefit the United States think from the standpoint of the United States the gains on the auto sector, there's both content requirements and wage provisions a number of other things that really should help over time tilt new production back to the United States. I really always felt that this was the only real grievance that I thought was legitimate about Mexico, Canada and the United States. We bailed out the auto sector during the global financial crisis. And the next thing we see the movie production tobacco. So I think that was a legitimate thing for the president to be concerned about and I think this helps tilt that back next to former prime minister talks about the trade differences between us and China. I think the problem with Chinese straight is actually more fundamental. We've ended up setting up system post WTO. I can criticize this because it happened before. I was there. We're really, you know, the Chinese can have wide ranging access to our markets. They can sell an awful lot here kind of when they want where they want and what quantity it is the opposite. In the case of us. When we go to China, we only saw what the Chinese say we can sell when we when they say, we can sell it. And in what quantity
USA radio news was Chris Barnes
"There's a new US Canada trade agreement that's replacing NAFTA the United States, Mexico Canada agreement will give United States farmers access to the Canadian dairy market. The Trump administration relenting on tariffs on cars assembled in Canada as part of the deal,