North American Free Trade Agreement

Ford, UAW use Twitter during debate to fact-check Trump on jobs to Mexico

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump wasted no time Monday hitting one of his signature issues —€“ trade — and attacking Ford by claiming the Dearborn automaker is moving jobs to Mexico during the first presidential debate.

The issue left Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on the defensive for nearly the first 10 minutes of the debate. Clinton, who supported the North American Free Trade Agreement in the 1990s and initially supported the idea of the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership explained that she only supports trade deals that are fair and benefit the U.S. economy.

Trump, meanwhile, reiterated his position that NAFTA is among the worst trade deals...