President Donald Trump speaks during an event about the census in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, Thursday, July 11, 2019. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

President Donald Trump defended his use of tariffs in a series of misleading tweets early Friday.
He suggested once again that there was more to the deal he reached with Mexico in June than had already been announced.
Trump has sought to emphasize that claim since the New York Times reported last month that many aspects of the agreement had been reached before the US threatened sweeping tariffs.
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President Donald Trump defended his use of tariffs Friday in an early morning tweetstorm, suggesting once again that there was more to the deal he reached with Mexico in June than had already been announced.

“Biggest part of deal with Mexico has not yet been revealed!” the president wrote on Twitter, referring to a June agreement in which the North American neighbor said it would stem the flow of migrants across the southern border.

Trump has sought to emphasize that assertion since the New York Times reported last month that many aspects of the arrangement had been reached before the US threatened sweeping tariffs. But Mexican officials have denied that claim, according to the Associated Press.

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