An analysis of the U.S. trade agreement with Korea that was signed by President Donald Trump.
The Hill – Trump-Korea Trade Agreement.
The Korea deal was negotiated by the Trump administration in the name of preventing a trade war between the U, Korea and the U.
“Trump is “using” a deal with a foreign country as a pretext for a trade conflict.
The Obama administration negotiated a deal that allowed U.N. sanctions to expire and allow U.K. firms to sell goods in the European Union, but that deal was also criticized for allowing trade with Iran, Russia and China.
It’s unclear how Trump will use the Korea deal.
The administration will not comment on the deal until the president signs it, said Josh Earnest, a spokesman for the White House.
Some lawmakers are concerned that the agreement will be used to pressure the U