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WASHINGTON, May 16 (Reuters) - U.S. Senator Charles Grassley said on Tuesday that he believes the Trump administration will likely pursue a trilateral trade deal with Canada and Mexico as it renegotiates the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Speaking to reporters after leaving a Senate Finance Committee meeting with new U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, Grassley, a Republican, said: "It sounds to me like it's going to be trilateral unless there's problems that come up with that sort of machinery, then of course they would do it bilaterally."
Reporting by Dave Lawder; Writing by Eric Walsh; Editing by Leslie Adler