Essex NDP MP Tracey Ramsey is slamming Justin Trudeau’s commerce technique because the Liberals attempt to have U.S. metal and aluminum tariffs eliminated on these Canadian supplies.

“Is the prime minister so useless that he thinks depriving the U.S. of his presence from a photograph op is one of the best commerce technique to eliminate the tariffs?” Ramsey requested within the Home of Commons on Thursday.

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The US-Mexico-Canada Settlement (USMCA) will nonetheless be signed by the three nations.

Nonetheless, Canada’s ambassador in Washington says the prime minister Trudeau is not going to be participating in any form of signing ceremony alongside U.S. President Donald Trump — except American tariffs on metal and aluminum are lifted first.

“[Trudeau] simply does not need his image [signing] it, and who might blame him? I would not need my image taken signing it both,” stated Ramsey. “These tariffs are killing jobs.”

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Essex NDP MP Tracey Ramsey takes aim at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's refusal to be present for a United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement photo op, but still sign the trade deal while U.S. steel tariffs remain in effect.

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Essex NDP MP Tracey Ramsey takes purpose at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s refusal to be current for a United States-Mexico-Canada Settlement photograph op, however nonetheless signal the commerce deal whereas U.S. metal tariffs stay in impact.

Trudeau responded by saying individuals within the Windsor area are “overwhelmingly” proud of how the USMCA secures entry to america for years to return.

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“As I informed the metal and aluminum employees on the ground of their crops, this authorities has their again,” stated Trudeau.

He provides Canadian counter-measures will stay in impact till the “unfair” U.S. tariffs on metal and aluminum are eliminated.



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