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INSIDE WASHINGTON: Trump’s NAFTA negative talk troubling

Trump looks to be less than confident in just-started renegotiation efforts and said U.S. would “probably” pull out of NAFTA.

When it comes to President Donald Trump’s trade talk, the agriculture industry continues to be dismayed. Just days after the first round of negotiations got underway for modernization of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and Mexico, Trump looked to be less than confident in the efforts and said the U.S. would “probably” pull out of NAFTA.

On Tuesday, just days after the first round of talks concluded in Washington, D.C., Trump told a rally o

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