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"This had nothing to do with our NAFTA negotiation," the foreign affairs minister says.
Trump told Fox News he's waiting until after midterms to revisit NAFTA.
This is the brutal logic of trade wars at work.
Amid U.S. tariffs and NAFTA renegotiations, premiers from across the political spectrum have put aside their squabbles to form an unlikely alliance.
We've got bad news for midwestern states that voted for Trump.
The minister sounded incredulous during the interview.
"With a population of less than 37 million, Canada buys more from the U.S. than Japan, Germany and Korea combined."
Unfortunately, nothing was done to try to correct these issues in the recent federal budget.
The prime minister discussed Canada's exemption from steel, aluminum tariffs.
And one province stands to take the brunt of the storm.