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Canada-US Tensions: Minister Reaches Out

Justin Trudeau’s cabinet minister tried to defuse some of the tension between Canada and the United States, including congratulating President Donald Trump on his summit with Kim Jong-un. “The Monday meeting in Singapore with North Korea has great potential for peace and security in the world. And the president must be commended for taking such a step, “said Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, speaking on Fox. “It looks like an olive branch stretched,” commented the host. To which the minister replied that Canada wants to have a “constructive relationship” with his neighbor…

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Five enormities of Trump in just two days

Even though his time in the Quebec G7 lasted barely 24 hours, US President Donald Trump fired this important meeting between seven Allied countries. To justify his refusal to sign the communique at the end of the summit, Mr. Trump has launched at least five lies or exaggerations, according to an analysis of the Journal . What he said President Trump argued that the European Union (EU) has a trade surplus of $ 151 billion with the United States. Reality The figure he puts forward only takes into account the trade of goods…

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Trump optimistic, on the way to his summit with Kim Jong Un

Donald Trump flew optimistic Saturday for his summit with leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore, a “unique opportunity” to solve the North Korean nuclear issue, on which his predecessors at the White House all failed. “I have the impression that Kim Jong Un wants to do something important for his people, and he has the opportunity … It’s a unique opportunity” that “will never come back,” said the President at a press conference in Canada, where he was attending the G7 summit in La Malbaie. He then rejoined his presidential…

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G7: Justin Trudeau confirms Summit gave birth to symbolic joint statement

MALBAIE – The G7 delivered a joint statement, but it took the forceps. Concluding his summit, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed on Saturday that the symbolic document was drafted seven hands, including that of Donald Trump.  The final statement – a document devoid of any binding – but also emphasizes the “differences” between Trump administration and the six other member countries, suggested France and Germany. The Trade compromise text does not solve the current conflict on tariffs but offers new negotiations. “We underscore the crucial role of a rules-based international trading…

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