Trump trade, immigration policies: A hit to San Diego economy?

10Traffic moves along Baja California's Highway 2 toll road between Otay and Tecate. The international border fence is visible in the background.

Question: Would President Trump’s trade and immigration policies harm San Diego’s cross-border economy?

Bob’s Answer: NO

While I agree that President Trump has been very aggressive with trade and immigration, the truth is that our country is being harmed by trade deficits and terrorism. Once we take control of our trade with key countries and take control of immigration with strong policies, we can reform taxes, reduce regulations, increase infrastructure and military spending and grow the economy, especially here in San Diego where our military is paramount to a strong economy.

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