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Supported USMCA trade deal replacing NAFTA

In the Spring of 2018, Congressman Marshall was asked to represent U.S. agriculture at the final round of NAFTA negotiations in Mexico City. Since then, the new USMCA trade deal has been revealed, and must be passed. Dr. Marshall agrees with President Trump that the United States has been taken advantage of for far too long, but we must consider and prevent adverse effects trade wars could have on our farmers and ranchers.
Source: 2020 Kansas Senate campaign website KansansForMarshall.com , Jun 17, 2020

Trump trade deals provides certainty to farmers

Marshall reacted to U.S. and China's agreement to a "Phase One" trade deal last week saying, "President Trump has now made it possible for long-term success for our families."

"By the time China is done, he will have renegotiated over 50 percent of the United States' trade agreements, giving us long-term certainty for all of our future generations of farmers."

Source: Fox News on 2020 Kansas Senate race , Dec 23, 2019

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