- Sep 26, 2018
- SL Rez
You are reading him entirely wrong; Trump is neoliberal to the very core of his being, and he's not against the free movement of goods at all. What he is against though are multilateral agreements, which he wants to replace with bilateral agreements on his own, so giving the USA quite more importance and influence again.Uh? While I'm never too sure what people mean by "neoliberal" other than as a generally hostile political characterization, it usually has something to do with the free movement of goods and a common customs and regulatory regime, either of which Trump seems particularly enthusiastic about.
Just look at what he did with NAFTA - he cancelled it and renegotiated it. That's basically the blue print of what he is trying to achieve.