The battle continued outside the courtroom between Roger Wicker and Ronnie Musgrove. Friday, Musgrove accused Wicker of costing Mississippi jobs, because of Wicker's backing of the Free Trade Agreements with China and Mexico.
Musgrove says, in all, Wicker and his special interests have cost the state 44,000 jobs.
"We need to stop these free trade agreements that are unfair. Surely, we can renegotiate agreements that are fair to our farmers, fair to our exporters, and is also fair to our manufacturers," said Ronnie Musgrove, U.S. Senate Candidate.
"Roger Wicker's fighting for every job in Mississippi and has a history of helping create jobs, you know Roger Wicker's worked hard at the federal, state,and local levels for good manufacturing jobs like General Electric, Toyota Servecorp," said Ryan Annison, Wicker Campaign Spokesman.
Wicker's campaign spokesman Ryan Annison says Musgrove's administration cost Mississippi over 37,000 jobs.
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