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NAFTA on the brink as Trump fights with Mexico, Canada

The White House launched a round of strong-arm tactics Tuesday when Vice President Mike Pence called Justin Trudeau and issued an ultimatum: A reworked NAFTA deal would need to be renewed every five years. In response, Trudeau canceled a trip to the U.S.

Then on Thursday, the Trump administration announced surprise steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada and Mexico. On Friday, President Donald Trump bashed Canada's trade practices. And on Saturday, he tweeted about "UNFAIR" and "Stupid Trade

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