Spain warns of “catastrophic consequences” of Brexit and US trade deal

LAS VEGAS — Spain said Tuesday that it is facing “cataclysmic consequences” from President Donald Trump’s U.S.-Canada trade deal, as Trump is seeking to renegotiate a trade deal with the European Union.

Spain’s Trade Minister, Jorge Fernandez, made the remarks in a tweet.

Trump is seeking renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, which the U.K. and Mexico signed in November, and has already accused the U,S.

of imposing a “bad deal.”

The two sides are negotiating an extension of the pact through 2025, while Trump has threatened to withdraw the U.,S.

from the pact altogether.