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Exclusive: Grassley Admits That Crucial USMCA Trade Deal Takes Backseat to Impending Senate Trial

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Exclusive: Grassley Admits That Crucial USMCA Trade Deal Takes Backseat to Impending Senate Trial

Exclusive: Grassley Admits That Crucial USMCA Trade Deal Takes Backseat to Impending Senate Trial

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Chuck Grassley spoke exclusively with Cheddar on a wide-ranging list of topics: including how the upcoming senate impeachment trial will conflict with the landmark USMCA deal, the issue of prescription drug-pricing in America, the Republican split over Trump administration transparency on the Iran conflict, and Senator Grassley's Twitter habits.

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