Presidential memorandum ending TPP puts American workers first
One of President Donald Trump's first acts on Jan. 23 was a presidential memorandum withdrawing the U.S. from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement — just like he promised in the 2016 election campaign.
Let’s say thank you to President Trump for keeping his campaign pledge and withdrawing the U.S. from the bad TPP trade deal.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership was always an ill-conceived attempt to usurp U.S. sovereignty and harm American workers by shifting more production overseas. Now, for the first time in decades, the march towards globalism has been stalled. No longer is the U.S. negotiating trade agreements in the interests of foreign governments and international boards. Now, with Trump, we're putting America first. Please send a letter thanking the President today using the form below.
Dear President Trump:
The Trans-Pacific Partnership was always an ill-conceived attempt to usurp U.S. sovereignty and harm American workers by shifting more production overseas. Withdrawing from the TPP keeps your promise to put America first and to refocus U.S. trade policy away from massive, multinational deals to bilateral agreements that serve U.S. interests.
Sincerely, YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS