President Trump signed a new trade deal between the United States and Japan in Washington Monday; ending months of negotiations between two of the planet’s largest producers of goods and services.
“Today, @realDonaldTrump will sign a trade deal with Japan— reaffirming his commitment to negotiating fairer trade deals for the American people!” posted the official twitter account of the Republican Party
— GOP (@GOP) October 7, 2019
@POTUS signing of US/Japan Trade Agreement ~ HappeningNow @USTradeRep @USUN @JapanMissionUN @WhiteHouse ~ Roosevelt Room pic by @markknoller ~ @CBSNews/UnitedNations https://t.co/KiqUBfwtV1 pic.twitter.com/zU8ONnhYcd
— Pamela Falk (@PamelaFalk) October 7, 2019
President Trump signs the U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement and U.S.-Japan Digital Trade Agreement in the Roosevelt Room.
— HuffPost Politics (@HuffPostPol) October 7, 2019
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