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INSIDE WASHINGTON: Trump's trade report short on details

President Trump lacks man power to move ahead on his ambitious trade agenda.

The Trade Act of 1974 established a requirement that the President annually submit to Congress no later than March 1 a report on the trade agreements program and the national trade policy agenda. Although President Donald Trump did file a report, it is short on details on how he plans to accomplish his trade agenda.

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