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>> The White House delegation arrived at the World Economic Forum in Davos Wednesday to lay the groundwork for President Trump. He's scheduled to fly in Thursday for two days of talks and then deliver a highly anticipated speech on Friday. The US economics team is taking the lead with US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin holding closed-door talks on the second day of the international gathering.
White House economic advisor, Gary Cohn is along with him. Cohn laid out the plan before leaving Washington.>> We are going to the World Economic Forum to share President Trump's economic story and to tell the world that America is open for business. We want the world to invest in America and to create jobs for hardworking Americans.
President Trumps' economic agenda has unleashed the US economy and we are grown.>> Trump, the first American President to attend that annual conference in about 20 years, has ruffled a lot of feathers at the World Economic Forum with his America First policies and his strong arm tactics. I'm in Davos.
Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, just one of the people here already taking aim at Donald Trump. He says that he's going to move forward in trying to make progress with the North American Free Trade Agreement. And he reminded Trump that the US has benefited just as much from the trade pact as Canada.
He also says that he's going to try to renew the Trans-Pacific Partnership without the help of the US.>> The anticipated arrival of Trump and his cabinet drawing out protests that have only grown bigger as his appearance draws near.