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By Ginger Gibson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump fired back at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, saying the nation's largest business association needed to "fight harder" for American workers, after it issued a scathing criticism of his economic platform. Trump struck back the following day, saying the organization needed to "fight harder" for American workers. In speeches on Tuesday, Trump called for renegotiating or scrapping the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and Mexico, which he called job killer, and reiterated his opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership among 12 Pacific Rim countries.
Prime Minister David Cameron, who promised to resign after Britain voted to leave the European Union, had some advice for his opposite number in the Labour Party on Wednesday: "For heaven's sake man, go!" An overwhelming majority of Labour MPs passed a no confidence motion in Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday and almost all his senior policy team have withdrawn their support in protest at his leadership, but Corbyn has refused to step down. Cameron, speaking in parliament, said it was not in the national interest for Corbyn to remain in his post. "For heaven's sake man, go," Cameron said, drawing cheers from members of both parties.