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william? >> harris, i've actually heard immigrant groups complaining that the border patrol holds someone for more than 72 hours were ice more than 20 hours, because by law they are supposed to be released. i will show you some video about how smugglers are taking advantage of current loopholes in u.s. law and doing it profitably. this as, sunday, multiple busloads arrived from guatemala mexico border heard by the cartels. after three days on the road, one by one, men, women, and children sprinted to a precut hole, ducking underneath. they don't run from agents. they line up late grade school to be apprehended, knowing their freedom is likely just a few days away, maximum three weeks. they are not alone. from texas to california the border patrol is seeing large busloads of migrants arriving. we are on the arizona mexican border near yuma. that is highly 2 in mexico.
it's like a major interstate. under the new smuggling model, they are paying $7,000 for three day trip by charter line bus. they are being dropped off right there to walk into the united states. it's actually a pretty short walk, only about 200 yards. what do those immigrants confront? there is no wall here. as a matter of fact, all there is is this barrier they easily go under or over. in fact, of the 700 miles of barrier in the united states along the border, not quite half of it looks just like this. >> we do have the charter style buses that drive up, drop them off in large groups. they have easy passage through shallow waters, walk through the shallow waters right up to the vehicle barrier, right over the barrier under it up to her agents. >> single adults can be kept, harassed, but children have a passport. yesterday we we had into breatg by the border patrol that there
were about 400 fraudulent documents turn visual connection between the parent and a child when in fact there is not a blood relative there. some of these children are being used, being paid, the adults, $1500. that kid is coming over with someone posing as their child, going back to guatemala, and being used again. pretty bad. right now they've got more media concerns, trying to take care of so many people inside these processing centers. >> harris: so many important issues there. william la jeunesse, thank you. we are going to go deeper on the crises of the seven border trade when former acting as director tom homan joins me, just moments from now. he has been watching the situation with expert eyes. i have a lot of questions for him. keep watching, later this hour. fox news alert, growing backlash to some of the controversial proposals push for 22-inch hopefuls. republican congressman mark green is introducing a constitutional amendment today that would limit the number of supreme court judges to nine. this, after some 2020 democratic
presidential hopefuls signaled their willingness to expand the high court to as many as 15 justices. other controversial proposals facing pushback include abolishing the electoral college and lowering the voting age to 16. ellison barber, with the news in washington. >> a number of democrats eyeing the white house are talking about making big changes to the supreme court. so far, at least six possible 2020 candidates have talked about the idea of adding more judges to the high court. some are explicitly advocating for it, others are approaching with a bit more caution. they say it's an idea that is worthy of consideration. >> i think i would like to start exploring a lot of options and we should have a national conversation. term limits for supreme court justices bambi one thing, gives every president the ability to choose three. people holding onto the seats in ways that i don't think is necessarily healthy. >> age limit? >> i think term limits might be a better way of saying that. >> is not just about four and
more justices on the court. when i think we need to do is some kind of structural reform that makes the court less political. >> what if there were five justices selected by democrats, five justices selected by republicans, and those ten -- then pick five more justices independent of those who chose the first ten. >> so far only 12020 candidates seems to be pushing back in the idea of a supreme court expansion. former marilyn congress meant john delaney, in a statement a spokesperson for his campaign told fox news packing the courts as some have suggested will only continue to exasperate our deep divisions and further politicize the courts. the only way adding seats to the court would make sense is if we added one from eric garland. in the rose garden this week president trump told reporters he would not entertain adding seats to the court and suggested democrats are only interested in because they couldn't win at the ballot box. members of the president's party seemed to agree with him. senator marco rubio says court-packing would delegitimize the supreme court. he's 1 of 2 republicans
promising to introduce a constitutional amendment limiting the supreme court to nine justices. the ever come as you said, harris, is congressman mark green of tennessee. he is expected to unveil his amendment sometime today. >> thank you very much. good to see you come allison. join me now is in fact a congressman mark green who again later today will introduce that constitutional amendment to limit the supreme court to nine justices. good to have you have a program, and a very important day. why do you think this amendment is needed? >> first let me say thanks for having me on the show. you know i'm a combat veteran, and my oath west of the constitution to defend the constitution of the united states. that is what this is, big threat to the constitution. court-packing is just the left attempt of putting activist judges on the court who will interpret the constitution as a living document. the sole purpose is just to advance their socialist agenda. they see government as the solution to everything, they couldn't win at the ballot box
so they're going to try and change the rules of the game. you kind of mentioned it when you keyed this conversation up. i think they just don't like our country. they want to change everything. the electoral college, hr one, that forces california-style elections and the rest of the states. now packing the court. it's all about getting their agenda done. they can't do it within the rule so they're just going to change the rules. >> harris: i would push back and so you can love this nation and still try to figure out a way to win. maybe that's what the problem is here. america has said, when they voted in the midterm elections, health care is important. we always say that the economy is important. in the president said in ohio yesterday, as you know, congressman greene, that all he has to do when he is pressed by democrats going toward 2020 is tied to the unemployment numbers for different groups in all of america. job creation. so it gets complicated when you are looking for a way to win. your thoughts?
>> i understand it's challenging for them. most of the state legislatures are republican. most of the governors are republican. we actually grew our majority in the senate. of course, we won the presidency. this blue wave it supposedly happened in the house -- i mean, if you compare to obama's first midterm election, they lost 63 seats. we only lost 40 seats this time around. yeah, they're having a hard time getting their message accepted by the american people. so now with two they want to do customer if you want to do away with the electoral college. they want to force california's style of elections, 16-year-olds voting. they are doing everything they can to change the rules to advance their agenda. i just think that's a threat to democracy. just imagine, all of those judges interpreting the constitution as a living document. they basically can say what the constitution ought to say, which does away with the whole legislative branch. it basically makes five justices
a supreme legislature. it's a threat to the foundations of our government, which was to spread power among multiple branches. that is the threat that i see. this effort to the foundation of the country. the one it's interesting to you talk about that, because it would be irrespective of whomever is in the white house or whichever party has majority. what you are talking about is the overall look at not an interpretation of the constitution but actually the words thereof. your democratic counterpart in tennessee, representative steve cohen, introduced an amendment in january to get rid of the electoral college. you use that as one of the things you ticked off or democrats are going for 2020. he was his reasoning. let's watch. >> this doesn't give the people in new york and chicago and los angeles right to decide who wins. it gives everybody that's not in one of the targeted states in the electoral college the opportunity to have their vote count. right now people in tennessee don't count because we know the
state is going to go republican. if it's popular vote people will come to tennessee to get those votes in memphis and other places and it will be a much more democratic system. >> harris: of course, if it's a popular vote the largest state, california, would have so many more people in general anyway. you talk about representation. your thoughts? >> sure, i disagree with representative cohen. i think he's just he's just disappointed that tennessee is mostly conservative state and mostly overlooked the lack electoral college goes through republicans. that's really what he's upset about. if we go with a popular vote, new york, chicago, houston, atlanta, and los angeles will determine the future of the country. the people out here in the middle of the country won't have any say. that's why the electoral college is so important. >> harris: as we go forward, the electoral college is something that democrats also looked at and wanted to tinker with, with the superdelegate situation. why isn't it working out for them and why go down the road this way? >> yeah, i can't completely give
us their motives i genuinely think it's the same as house resolution one. it's the same as packing the court with activist judges. they were just doing it to advance their agenda. their agenda socialism, that government is the savior of all. they will do whatever it takes. change the rules of the game to get their agenda done. >> harris: the president has been able to nominate and push through 91 article three judges in just about less than two years. great to see you, please come back. we will be watching to see the news you make with her amendment today. thank you. and this is a fox news alert. the president has now said that it is time for the united states to "fully recognize israel's sovereignty over the disputed golan heights." this was moments ago in a tweet. "after 52 years it's time for the united states to fully recognize israel's sovereignty over the golan heights, which is
of critical strategic and security importance to the state of israel. and regional stability." this comes as secretary of state mike pompeo and bridgeport minister israeli permits or mr. beckman at ti who are meeting at his residence watching for news to come out of that meeting. meanwhile the goal is -- the golan heights is of critical importance. it's a point of contention for israeli-arab relations. there are about 40,000 people, the publish in there, since 2018. it is also fertile and among israel's most important sources of domestic beef, fruit, wine, and militarily it is strategically high ground with broad views of both israel and syria. this is a critical point now coming from the president as his secretary of state is a broad with the prime minister of israel. israel seized control of the golan heights from syria at the end of the 1967 war. it has been a point of
contention between israel and arab nations there. we will continue to watch this as the president is tweeting about it today. and is making news. president trump is expected to sign an executive order this afternoon promoting free speech on college campuses. critics say conservative voices have been silence at certain universities, and in his seat back speech earlier this month the president threaten to withhold federal research dollars of schools don't address the issue. watch it. >> if they want our dollars and we give it to them by the billions, they've got to allow people like hayden and many other great young people and old people to speak. every day we are restoring common sense and the timeless values that unite us all. we believe in the constitution and the rule of law. we believe in the first amendment right. >> harris: kevin corke is left
of the white house. kevin? >> harris, this is about accountability and access. holding colleges and universities accountable for the treatment of conservative voices on campus and allowing access to all voices or face very series economic consequent this. i will take you back the 2017 in a tweet with the president sort of laid out this dispute that he has had with a great many campuses around the country, in particular california berkeley. he says if uc berkeley doesn't allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with different points of view, no federal funds? well, that's a viewpoint. as you pointed out, he also spelled out during his address to the conservative political action convention here in washington, d.c. >> hot today proud to announce that i will be very soon signing an executive order requiring colleges and universities to support free speech if they want federal resources. >> the chance of usa -- of course, that was a few weeks
ago. this all comes, by the way, after the infamous assault that occurred on the cal campus in berkeley when a turning point usa recruited was viciously attacked. the executive order which we will see after clock dictates which promote free speech. you know, colleges could be denied certain federal research and educational grants if they fail to comply with free-speech statutes. data transparency requiring the department of education, harris, to publican information on earnings, debt, default rates, and loan repayment rates to colleges. creating a bit of a scorecard. lastly, risk sharing. that would require the department of education to submit policy recommendations about institutions sharing their financial risks of student loans. it's a very big issue and a lot of people will be talking about this. coming or we have 315 this afternoon. i will be there for you, but for now, back to you. >> harris: [laughs] you always are. kevin corke, thank you. as a promise, i will get back to the crisis of the border agent said they have been forced to
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rapidly-melting snow coupled with heavy rainfall from last week's bomb cyclone caused rivers and dozens of tributaries to overflow their banks. the fox top story now -- border patrol is saying they have been forced to release hundreds of illegal immigrants due to the overcrowding at detention centers. this follows dhs secretary kirstjen nielsen warning for the crisis is spiraling out of control. immigration advocates are saying administration is creating the chaos. tom homan's former acting director of ice in the fox news contributor. how can you be true, these two things question it has to be one of the other. after either there's actual overcrowding or there is not real chaos. >> there's chaos. for those of them saying their's is a game of the mistry fence playing, they have to go take a math class. i'll give you an example. last month about 40,000 families and the mic units under this country legally. ice has less than 3,000 family beds. 40,000 people, 3,000 beds.
of course they will be released. the only thing that has changed is that board which will sing them to ice to be released. border patrols releasing themselves rather than tying up agencies to do one job. the silly thing that has changed brady's people have released. the last few months. they will keeping release until the system is fixed >> harris: what happens to them? where did they go? >> some of them get ankle bracelets. if they have an address they're going to be can be verified. if they are free of disease -- they go to the family residential centers, we check them. we have cases of chicken pox, measles, tb. love to make sure they are not released with some sort of disease that can be spread. we take as much data as we can, where they are going, try to verify that. some get ankle bracelets. hopefully they show up at court. of course, many of them don't and they are off to become a fugitive to do any of her 600,000 fugitives already in the united states. >> harris: i don't know if you were watching when william la jeunesse reported that the top of the hour. some of these coat all my
children are caught in a tough spot, a dangerous spot for them. released and then spiraled back into the system. some of them going back to guatemala to then be traffic back up again with mules, people trying to pay to get them to go. their family and whatnot, they try to get them to go north. with that journey? >> it's absolutely tragic. we have cases and intelligence, real cases that we investigate trafficking. children are being with the cartels to single adults. they know, if you cross the border with a child, chances are he will be detained. if you are detained, it's only for a couple weeks. the kids are being used and put across the border and sent back and rented to another adult. during the whole zero-tolerance thing with family separation, when the first hundred 20 kids were being returned to the parents, we found out that six of the 100 weren't even their parents based on dna tests. we have evidence of this happening. the latest funding bill that the president signed that the democrats put language in there, ice can no longer take action on presence that the children
smuggled into the country. not only can we not aggress don't like arrest them, you can't charge them with harder crimes to smuggle the child. it's ridiculous. >> harris: talk about the detention centers. he said do the math, admit it did not comport anything successful. when you have them in people versus fewer beds. we are watching the crossings in yuma, arizona. activity on the screen. >> about 3,000 beds, they were built under my leadership at ike's. they are not jails, they are not surrounded by barbed wire fence. these are dorm-like facilities where the mother and child can stay together in a room. we've got child psychologists, pediatricians, medical care for the mother and the child, we have schooling for the child, one of the best schooling programs out there. go toby could go to refrigerator get juice or milk 24/7. better conditions than what they came from. we take very good care of these
people, unlike what some politicians like aoc say, children dying in our custody. not one child has died in this facility. we take very good care of these children's and the family. the ninth circuit decided we can only do not keep them for 20 days which isn't long enough to see a judge. released, they are not leaving. >> harris: you're talking about the detention centers as i asked you, three children who reportedly have died in u.s. custody. you are saying they were separate from the detention situation. >> those children died in the custody of the border patrol but it wasn't the border patrol's fault. they did everything they could to save these children. if you want to put blame on sunday, put on the parents who drugged them 1,000 miles through the desert and put it on congress for not closing loopholes and enticing these families to keep coming. >> harris: tom homan, thank you very much. i appreciate your time. u.s. backed forces on the verge of defeating the islamic state in syria. a live report ahead from the front lines.
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the pack even before you know what the possibilities are? >> it's simple math. i just checked and, believe it or not, over 206 democrats have filed to run for president. think of the only 17 of those have qualified for the dnc debates right now. hope it will be more than that. they have to stand out from the crowd. joe biden -- i will tell you the truth, i'm a friend of his. i've known him for years. but some of the party think he's too old and frankly just -- too old and white. they are looking to bring in somebody more progressive. a female car will be a great choice. >> harris: if you want to like s >> i met from atlanta, georgia, she was mayor presented for many year. >> harris: 's you have to say that! >> less just be honest. >> harris: is to look at, i'm wondering how you read this across the aisle. give
of even with people whom i treated primary end. speak of the democrats putting up a woman and saying we are going to choose a woman is absolutely insulting to women. what they are doing is putting identity politics and saying that immutable characteristics like age, race, and it gender matter fundamental qualifications. i think the voters are so monolithic that we care about those things rather than getting things done in america and he was the best qualified. who will represent and preserve liberty and freedom of the best. it's absolutely insulting. that's why donald trump, i think, has really resonated with the american people. because it's not about age, race, or gender. it's about the american people equally and representing every american equally. choosing people who are actually qualified. think about it, harris -- if we are getting on an airplane, i don't care what the age, race, or gender of the pilot's. i care that they can fly the plane.
>> harris: and landed safely! [laughter] you talk about those immutable factors, though. picking a woman doesn't make it joe biden younger. we will move on. former colorado government govn hickenlooper has an interesting response when he was asked whether he would choose a woman as his running mate. watch it. >> governor, some of your male competitors have vowed to put a woman on the ticket for yes or no, would you the same? >> of course. welcome i will ask you another question. >> i'm asking the questions. [laughter] >> i know! >> how come we're not asking more often, the women, would you be willing to put a man on the ticket? >> when we get to that point i will ask that question. >> harris: where we going, robin? >> just like my copanelist said, it really does come down to qualifications. which is why i said joe biden should bring in someone more
progressive to balance out the ticket politically. who do i like for evp? gosh -- >> harris: to fit what you just said. >> they are all running for president. i would have loved to see kamala harris or beto o'rourke as vp, but they are all running for president. >> harris: well, right now they are. >> [laughs] now they are. we will see how it plays out. >> harris: which is why sometimes i imagine he would wait, jenna, to make that announcement once you see he was available after the primary season. i have to let you both go but i will bring you back on another day. jenna and robin, thank you very much. isis on the brink of defeat in eastern syria. u.s.-backed forces are battling to retake the terror groups last outpost. now there is a video showing soldiers from the syrian democratic forces sweeping for remaining fighters as the president predicts the imminent demise of the islamic states. our benjamin hall has been at the front lines in eastern syria all week. what's the latest?
>> harris, president trump, as you said yesterday, thought that the caliphate was falling truth of the end was imminent. i can tell you we are reporting the same here. local media has sent us that they believe the town has falle fallen. there has been no official notice of that but that's what we are hearing on the ground. that there is nothing left. for the first time since we've been here in syria, five days covering this offensive, the bombs have stopped... mike dropping the gunfire has disappeared i think we have witnessed the end of the caliphate. the town of baghouz and the file tent and get mentors now believed to be practically empty. u.s. air strikes, artillery mortar and intelligence are what got us to this point. you do see signs of u.s. airpower everywhere. president trump told the u.s.
military to take their gloves off to defeat isis. that's exactly what they did, and the result can be seen all around me. troops here and now bringing down the black flag devices which used to fly over the town of baghouz. today, on this kurdish new year, it is hoped that a new era of freedom was i. the caliphate was rolled over a million people. today that is all gone, there will be time for a short celebration was that official announcement is made. everyone focusing ahead on the ideology and how you stamp that out. how you stabilize this region to make sure they never come back. harris? >> harris: benjamin, thank you very much. >> we were ban all military-style semiautomatic weapons. will also ban all assault rifle rifles. we will ban all high-capacity magazines. in short, every semiautomatic
weapon used in the terrorist attack will be banned in this country. >> harris: new zealand's prime minister they are announcing an immediate ban on sales of military style semiautomatic weapons and assault rifles following the shooting massacre at two mosques that left 50 people dead. the band will also cover high-capacity magazines and the government will buy back weapons during an amnesty period. it supposed to be fully in place by april 11th. "the seattle times" is reporting the fbi has joined a criminal investigation into the deadly crashes of two boeing 737 max 8 jetliners. reuters reports the captain of the ill-fated ethiopian airlines flight was not adequately trained to fly that model of plane. doug mckelway's live in washington. doug? >> hi, harris. lots of new development city. first, the fbi is now involved in what appears to be a criminal probe launched by the justice
department and a commanding investigation by the department of transportation inspector general. that in addition to congressional investigations, the first of which will happen next wednesday in the senate. meantime, reuters is reporting today that the pilot of the doomed ethiopian airlines max 8 was never trained in the airline's max 8 simulator. he had been scheduled for a refresher course in it last march. reuters mode identify the source commitment in a hotel lobby. he was a colleague pilot under orders not to speak publicly. ethiopian airlines today tore into "the new york times" for a similar report. it said, "the beast 737 max full flight simulators not designed to simulate the mcas system problems. still, the news is significant because of allegations that boeing built the new max 8 is a plan that would not impose expensive training costs because of it similar to previous 737 models.
separately, boeing is now saying it will install an extra safety light in the cockpit of all it's 737 maxes. previously, the manufacturer had charged extra for the safety feature which involves wiring not just one but both angle of attack sensors to the flight control system. that allows the pilot to compare both sensor readouts for any anomaly between the two. we know if all the angle of attack sensor had been replaced on the lionair max 8 the day before it crashed. it was bad data from a single sensor that led to the cascading series of events that doomed the plane. lastly, as if boeing needed more problems, the defense department inspector general said yesterday it's launching an investigation that acting defense secretary pat shanahan improperly promoted his former employer, boeing. he allegedly encouraged the pentagon to purchase more f-15 x models over lockheed martin's f35. shanahan told congress he welcomes an investigation. back to you.
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>> harris: an eye-popping scene, a skier in the austrian alps shot this video of a near-miss moment during an avalanche as one group of people went down a popular run this yee helmet cam right way. suddenly the bridge collapsed under them, tripping some skiers and sweeping the camera-wearing skier under a wave of snow. look at that! a rescue team showed up to help and discovered the snow missed burying them. amazing. nfl patriots owner robert kraft reportedly turning down a plea deal on charges of soliciting a
prostitute at a spot in florida. this, as his attorneys are not reportedly trying to block the release of police surveillance video showing him soliciting se sex. meanwhile the spot owner, big supporter of prison term, speaking and i denying any access to the president. >> only me, i think it's because i'm chinese. that's the issue. >> harris: phil keating, more for miami. phil? >> i met, harris. an attorney for the owner, bob kraft, and forging other men also swept up in this sting have now filed the new motion in west palm beach court aiming to get a judge to seal all of the covert surveillance video that was taken inside a massage partner in order to keep that from being made public. in the case of bob kraft and his big public profile, there would be quite salacious. that's part of a multi-month
sex trafficking sting where florida police and deputies rated and asian spa, the now infamous orchids of asia spot in florida. it was the day after jupiter police secretly installed spy cameras inside the rooms when they say craft a scene on the video paying for a massage of the counter, going into a room, taking off his clothes, getting massage by two women, which the arrest affidavit states ended with a act. he's charged with two acts of soliciting prostitution, which he denies. state law exempts the videos from public view because they involve active criminal intelligence information. no ruling yet from the judge. and, he reportedly will not accept a plea deal offered by prosecutors because, while he would end up paying a fine in the record, he would have to admit he had been convicted had it gone to trial. meanwhile, the previous owner of the day spa, who we just heard from -- cindy yang -- he also
denies offering any sort of access to the president. she sold that baseball years ag ago. and asian operative, she said she had some of these parties and fund-raisers at mar-a-lago, trumps palm beach estate. today, nobody in this case has been charged with human sex trafficking. in the case of robert kraft, the two women he is accused of soliciting for prostitution are both older women. one is in her 40s, when in her 50s. there florida residents and both are certified and licensed masseuses with the state. >> harris: phil keating, thank you very much. british prime minister theresa may is in the fight of her political life, perhaps. she is blaming lawmakers in the u.k. for the brexit crisis and she is now asking the european union leaders and brussels to extend the deadline. what does this all mean for the british economy? how could it impact our economy
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she has negotiated an extremely poor e.u. withdrawal agreement with the european union, which is deeply unpopular with parliaments. a lot of conservative mp for alaska members of her own political party, are fundamentally opposed to the deal that she has negotiated. she is expected to be defeated for a third time in the house of commons next week if she goes ahead and holds a vote on the e.u. withdrawal deal. a lot can happen in the next few days. one thing is certain, britain is scheduled to leave the european union on march 29th unless parliament approves theresa may's deal. i have to say, the prospects of parliamentary approval look very, very slim right now. where certainly heading for a no deal brexit on march 29th, which i think would actually be by far the best outcome at this time. >> harris: that's interesting. no deal is better than a bad deal. we are familiar with that in the
united states with this current president. steve hilton, who has a show on sunday nights here at the network, the next revolution, had some pretty interesting things to say about theresa may's handling of all this. watch. >> she has been trying to deliver blood to mike brexit. remember, john, she campaigned against it. she was against it all along, and by some kind of political accidents she ended up being a per minister having to deliver it. her attitude all along has been wrong. instead of seeing brexit as an opportunity for britain to leave the e.u. and prosper outside of its regulatory burden, she saw it as a limitation exercise. that set the tone for these negotiations. >> harris: so, nile, a damage limitation exercise. what does that say to the voters? they wanted the sort of thing. if it happens on march 29th, as you say, without a clear plan, what does that do to the economy there and could have ripple effects here? >> firstly, i think steve hilton was absolutely right.
the entire approach that theresa may has used is extremely lackluster. the antithesis of how margaret thatcher would have handled these negotiations. the iron lady would have stood up to the european union. theresa may has surrendered to the e.u. her days are numbered, as a consequence. if indeed britain does crash out of the e.u. on march 29th i think britain would do just fine. britain's is the world's fifth largest economy. it's doing a lot better than its e.u. competitors at this time. great britain, i think, will thrive and prosper outside the european union. the great thing about a no-deal brexit is that britain will be able to negotiate and sign free trade agreements with countries across the world including with the united states. president trump has spoken at length about the benefit of a u.s.-u.k. free trade deal here in washington, u.s. policymakers are eagerly awaiting moving forward with the trade agreement
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