"These trade deals that ship American jobs overseas also have an upside for the American consumer: lower prices on just about everything. It's a bargain, some would say an unholy bargain, but this tradeoff is very real and it needs to be explored," the "Mad Money" host said.
Trump has repeatedly criticized Ford for sending jobs to Mexico. Not only has Ford done this, but so have several other American manufacturers. Cramer noted that within the small radius of where he travels to Mexico, there are plants for Toyota, Honda, Mercedes Benz, Jaguar, Mazda and BMW, too.
Mexico produces approximately 3.5 million cars currently, and is expected to grow to 5 million by 2020. As of 2015, the country was the fourth-largest exporter of cars and auto parts.
"Most of this growth … didn't exist before the North American Free Trade Agreement — NAFTA for short — which Donald Trump repeatedly trashed and tried to link with Hillary Clinton. But Secretary Clinton didn't take the bait," Cramer said following Monday night's presidential debate.