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New document reveals Donald Trump's economic strategy in detail

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Donald Trump would pull the United States out of the World Trade Organization if necessary to help American companies sell more abroad. His believes he can close the United States' $500 billion trade deficit within two years by renegotiating trade deals. And he sees this new approach to trade as the key complement to a bevy of traditional Republican policies - tax cuts, energy drilling and deregulation adding - that will supercharge thee economy, according to a new campaign analysis that lays out the Republican candidate's economic strategy in the most detail yet.

It is an ideologically scattered plan for a major-party presidential nominee. It is a tapestry of supply-side conservatism and liberal populism. It promises to free American companies to compete more successfully on the world stage and to force America's top trading partners into submission...

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