When Texas Rep. Will Hurd attended a luncheon with a group of local CEOs here to update them on his activity in Washington, he paused when he got around to the subject of Nafta.
The trade agreement with Mexico and Canada is a boon to the Republican congressman’s constituents along the border, and anxiety has grown about it since President Trump began seeking to revamp it.
“I shouldn’t say this,” Mr. Hurd said before likening his views on the Trump administration’s Nafta negotiations to his sentiments on the football program at his alma mater, Texas A&M University. “I get excited, I get bummed. I get excited, I get bummed,” Mr. Hurd said.
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