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They have already turned hard against free trade because Trump is their leader.
It is important to remember that it is not really possible to be in favor of capitalism and against free trade.
That Trump is now listening to these men who clearly stand against free trade needs to be a wake-up call for the rest of the world.
At international fronts Pakistan has entered in a new era: it is the post Britain exit era; it is time of republican in USA led by Donald Trump who issued disputed statements against free trade and economic liberalization; it is the time of openness in financial markets; it is the time of change in Afghan policy; it is the time of post sanctions Iran; and the time when Russia is establishing its close economic and political relations with Pakistan.
Trump's tirades against free trade and the EU followed, and this spring was marked by nail-biting election campaigns in France and The Netherlands, where eurosceptic populists seemed within a whisker of victory.
As anybody familiar with the academic literature of the last 250 years knows, it's difficult to make sound economic arguments against free trade.
He said: "Trump has spoken out against free trade, so expect a dramatic rise in import duty in some industries, such as steel.
The political winds blowing against free trade in both Europe and the US are born of serious frustration among people who feel that development is failing them.
More people voted against free trade than for it (the Liberals and NDP were against the agreement) but the Tories had the most seats.
The outrage is directed against elites in politics and in the business community, against the established political parties, against the 'mainstream media,' against free trade and, of course, against immigration," notes an essay in Spiegel International.
It has taken a popular backlash against free trade for policymakers and the media to acknowledge the extent of this disruption.
Trump and Sanders have declared themselves to be wholly against free trade agreements, albeit for different reasons, while Clinton rolled back on her previous support of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in October, saying that it may not meet job creation and economic expectations.