President Donald J. Trump tweeted Tuesday that he will be a “big beneficiary” of the jobs created by a recent agreement between the U.S. and Canada, as well as other trade deals, that the two countries have signed.
Trump tweeted that the agreement is a “major step in creating good paying jobs,” and he said that “there are other areas in which we can be working together.”
Trump also tweeted that “the United States is now negotiating a major energy agreement with Canada.
We are signing an agreement that will be very good for American workers and the United States economy.
I look forward to a big and very big energy victory.”
The Trump administration has been trying to revive energy production in the U, which is the country with the second-largest proven energy reserves after Saudi Arabia.
Canada has been a key partner in the Obama administration’s efforts to revive oil and gas production in North America.
In March, Trump signed a sweeping energy deal that included a deal to develop Canada’s tar sands oil.
The Keystone XL pipeline, a proposed $3.8 trillion pipeline from Alberta to refineries in Texas, is a key part of the deal.
The deal would create a pipeline to bring Canadian oil to the U., and the Obama Administration has been working on getting the pipeline built in North Dakota and then to the Gulf Coast.
Trump also tweeted in April that he wants to “save jobs,” which he called a “terrible job for the country.”
In February, he told reporters that the U.”will save jobs.”
Trump is also a big supporter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, a 12-nation trade deal that includes Canada, Chile, Mexico, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and Brunei.
The TPP is currently being negotiated by the U’s TPP partners, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Japan, Peru, Malaysia and New Zealand.
The White House has said that Trump would have a strong relationship with Canada on the trade front, but he has said he would not renegotiate the trade agreement.