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Trump Betting Big On North Korea, Trade Talks For 2018 Midterms
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13 Jun 2018 03:25 AM EST

Donald Trump is reportedly betting big that his bullish talks on trade with key U.S. allies and his valedictory denuclearization pact with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un will help the GOP retain the House and Senate when the November Midterms end. Economists warn the biggest risk to an otherwise strong U.S. economy is a Trump-induced global trade war that could see the collapse of the North American Free Trade agreement. Economists add to POLITICO that a tariff battle on automobiles with the European Union and a series of escalating trade levies with China could also drive up consumer prices and anger voters.


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