WASHINGTON D.C. – Congressman Adrian Smith of Nebraska met with President Donald Trump and a small group of House members today to discuss trade.
After the meeting at the White House, Congressman Smith released a statement saying, “In our meeting, I stressed the necessity of a strong NAFTA for agriculture as well as reducing other trade barriers such as Japan’s tariff on U.S. beef. I will keep sharing the importance of trade with the Trump administration, fellow Members of Congress, and our trade partners to strengthen market access for producers.”
In January, Smith served on the congressional delegation to NAFTA negotiations in Montreal. Smith also introduced a resolution in the House to urge the establishment of a trade agreement with Japan. This week, he will travel to Mexico City for the next found of NAFTA talks.