This combo of file images shows U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Trump says badly negotiated free trade agreements have cost millions of manufacturing jobs and he promises to bring those jobs back by renegotiating NAFTA and withdrawing from a proposed Pacific trade pact. Clinton has promised to spend $275 billion upgrading infrastructure to create more jobs.
This combo of file images shows U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Trump says badly negotiated free trade agreements have cost millions of manufacturing jobs and he promises to bring those jobs back by renegotiating NAFTA and withdrawing from a proposed Pacific trade pact. Clinton has promised to spend $275 billion upgrading infrastructure to create more jobs. Mary Altaffer and Chuck Burton AP
This combo of file images shows U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Trump says badly negotiated free trade agreements have cost millions of manufacturing jobs and he promises to bring those jobs back by renegotiating NAFTA and withdrawing from a proposed Pacific trade pact. Clinton has promised to spend $275 billion upgrading infrastructure to create more jobs. Mary Altaffer and Chuck Burton AP

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