U.S. President Donald Trump said today that he'll do whatever he can to help Canada in its ongoing diplomatic dispute with China. Trump made the remarks during a meeting in the Oval Office with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today in advance of talks on ratifying the renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement.



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