Justin Trudeau knows how to troll the mainstream media with lies.
Trudeau doesn’t think Donald Trump will pull out of the North American Free Trade Agreement, but if he does, the Prime Minister has many backup plans.
“Not only do we have a Plan B, we have a Plan C and D and E and F,” he told CBC.
“What [Plan B] involves is standing up for Canadians and making sure that we move forward in the best possible way, and depending on what the Americans do, depending on what decisions the administration takes, we’ll make sure that we do the right things,” he said.
But Plan A is to stick with the charm offensive they’ve been pushing since day one.
“I don’t think the president is going to be cancelling it,” Trudeau said of the decades-old trade deal.
“I’ve been positive about NAFTA and NAFTA renegotiations from the very beginning. Our message has been consistent, to the president, to our partners and friends in the United States: that NAFTA has been good for American jobs. It’s been good for Canadian jobs.”
Trump didn’t mention NAFTA directly in his state of the union address Tuesday night, but spoke about ditching what he sees as unfair trade deals, pointing to his earlier decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
“From now on we expect trading relationships to be fair and, very importantly, reciprocal.”
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