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>> This landmark agreement will send cash and jobs pouring into the United States, and into North America, good for Canada, good for Mexico.
Instead of jobs leaving for overseas, they will be returning back home. And we've already had it, we have many, many car companies. I was with Prime Minister Abe of Japan. He said, we have sent many car companies to the United States over the last year and a half.
It's true, and big expansions. And very importantly, he said many more are coming. Because they have an incentive now to be here. People wanna be back in the United States again. As I say, the United States is respected again, but it's also respected as to trade and industry.
And I plan to sign the agreement by the end of November. By then we'll submit it for approval to Congress, where in theory, there should be no trouble. But anything you submit to Congress is trouble, no matter what. It's the single greatest agreement ever signed. They'll say well, Trump likes it, therefore we're not going to approve it.
Because that would be good for the Republicans, so therefore, we can't approve it.