(Alexander Panetta – Canadian Press)
U.S. President Donald Trump’s point man on the North American Free Trade Agreement is expressing frustration at the go-slow attitude of American lawmakers.
Wilbur Ross says their foot-dragging in launching the renegotiating process is detrimental to the United States.
Ross says the U.S. Congress has been slow on two fronts: in confirming Trump’s new trade czar, and in approving the formal notice that would launch the 90-day process before negotiations can start.
“It’s been frustratingly slow,” the commerce secretary said in an interview Sunday with Fox. Click here to read more.