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Others say: The truth about trade

By The Baltimore Sun

This article was published June 14, 2018 at 2:42 a.m.

What awful thing had Prime Minister Justin Trudeau done that justified not only the American president's ire but his bizarre choice to walk away from the usually ho-hum Group of 7 joint communique? Had Mr. Trudeau sabotaged the North Korea summit? Had he personally attacked Mr. Trump? Had he breached diplomatic decorum? None of the above. He had simply announced after the summit that he was still going to pursue promised retaliatory measures against President Trump's decision to raise tariffs against Canadian steel and aluminum. In other words, he pledged the kind of my-country-first behavior that President Trump has been promising for the last two years (and continued to merrily tweet about while in Singapore).

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BoudinMan says... June 14, 2018 at 6:06 a.m.

Wow! How refreshing. An opinion column that that levels a force against trump that few on this page do: the truth.

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