washington - Pledging "bridges of commerce" with Canada, President Trump told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday he wants relatively minor changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement, adding that most of his problems with the trade deal involve the deal's third partner, Mexico.
"We'll be tweaking it," Trump said about NAFTA, which he attacked during the presidential campaign as a "disaster" that sent U.S. jobs to other countries. Trump did not specify what changes he would see
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