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Trudeau to visit Trump next week to talk trade, China

Seattle Times Thursday, 13 June 2019
TORONTO (AP) — Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau will travel to Washington next week to meet with President Donald Trump to discuss the ratification of the new North American trade agreement and China’s detention of two Canadians. Trudeau’s office says he’ll visit next Thursday. Trump and Trudeau are trying to build momentum to pass the new […]
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