PARTNERSHIPS

US is taking a stand to ensure that International Partnerships are in balance.

Partnerships:

  • Withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership because of negative impact on American jobs and created path for companies to sue governments. (Under Obama in 2016, a proposed trade agreement between Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam, and the United States representing 40% of world’s economic output, to eventually create a new single market (similar to the EU) anchored by the US.)

  • Withdrew from the Paris Climate Accord of 2015 in 2017 because of negative impact on American jobs and the unfair economic burden imposed with willingness to re-enter the agreement on terms that are fair to US businesses, workers, people, and taxpayers. In 2017 the US led the world by having the largest reduction in carbon emissions and continues through 2020.

  • NATO underwriting by the US was put into balance and force allies to pay their fair share of defense spending due to Trump’s public pressure campaign.