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[AM 950 Minneapolis] July 7th: Jack Talks G20 Summit

I appear on the Mike McIntee Show today on AM 950. President Trump is in Hamburg as we speak and while everybody is talking about his big meeting with Russian President Putin, there are a lot of other really important issues that need to be discussed. The group should be talking about Syria, North Korea, Climate Change and Trade.  In fact, The E.U. and Japan just signed a freetrade agreement. While this isn't getting much play, it should be. It establishese the largest freetrade agreement in the world. It is larger than U.S. trade and the Americans were essentially excluded.  This is really due to President Trump's continuing "go it alone, we will dictate all terms" approach.  It is going to be an interesting summit and may help educate the Americans that just because you are the United States, that doesn't mean that we can't collectively work around you and, to some degree, ignore you.  

Getting interesting.

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