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Trump Says It Is Now Up To Congress To Approve Canada-Mexico Trade Deal


According to a report by Automotive News, on Thursday, President Donald Trump said that Canada Mexico are completely in line on the new North American trade deal and it is up to the United States to get it passed. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reportedly said that he plans to meet with Trump on June 20th to discuss ratification of the accord.

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