If USMCA is approved by Congress, Donald Trump claims he fixed a bad trade deal. If not, he blames the Democrats for the damage to the industrial and agricultural sectors.
U.S President Donald Trump, pictured after a USMCA signing ceremony with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Nov. 30 in Argentina, says he will force Democrats to approve the new deal by ditching NAFTA. White House photo by Shealah Craighead
OTTAWA—It’s pretty clear that Donald Trump doesn’t like rubbing shoulders with other world leaders, many of whom probably don’t go out of their way to hide their distaste for the U.S. president.
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David MacNaughton 'made it a priority' to understand who the key U.S. influencers were and which Canadian would be best to deliver the message, says former PMO Canada-U.S. war room staffer Diamond Isinger.
'The evidence showed there were many ways in which Mr. Trudeau, either directly or through the actions of those under his direction, sought to influence the Attorney General,' the commissioner's report says.