On 100th day in office, Trump creates Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy

By USA Today

May 01, 2017

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President Trump signed two more executive orders on the 100th day of his presidency Saturday, directing a review of U.S. involvement in NAFTA and other free trade agreements and creating a permanent trade policy office at the White House.

The Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy elevates Peter Navarro, Trump's principal trade adviser and a prominent critic of Chinese trade policy, to a permanent post enforcing Trump's "Buy American" policies.

Read the full story at usatoday.com.

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