Biden visit: Trump calls Canada-U.S. deals ‘horrible’
After US President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrapped up their historic summit on Friday, former President Donald Trump showed contempt for what he called a “horrible, horrible deal” between Canada and the United States. shared
At his first rally since announcing his candidacy for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, Trump addressed his supporters in Waco, Texas, on Saturday, demonstrating defiant stance against potential indictments, January 6. supported a riotist who was imprisoned for the role on the day. Riot at the United States Capitol.
Under President Trump, the United States and Canada have renegotiated NAFTA with Mexico to form the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). In his speech, Trump said Canada treated the United States “badly” on trade issues, but called Prime Minister Trudeau a “great gentleman.”
“I traded with Trudeau and some of his people. They treated us badly in their trade,” Trump said at the rally. “I’m looking at these different deals they’re announcing. They’re horrible, horrible deals for our country. Great for Canada, but horrible, horrible deals for our country.” is.”
Trudeau and Biden discussed a range of cross-border issues in their talks, but they also said they would be more concerned about efforts to strengthen Norad, unofficial ports of entry to deal with illegal immigration, renewable energy and aid to Haiti. The focus was on promotion.
“Yesterday I saw Joe Biden in the Capitol, the Canadian Capitol, this beautiful Capitol and there was Trudeau sitting there with his beautiful wife and they were sitting there laughing. They covered[Biden’s]eyes, so I think it’s so great, the deals they made, I would never have made those deals,” Trump said.
Additionally, Trump brought up Biden’s brief mistake during his address to the House of Representatives, mistakenly thanking China before correcting it to thank Canada instead. Biden’s stumbling block has resulted in an awkward moment in Congress as a federal investigation is set to begin amid allegations of foreign interference.
“I saw Joe Biden say, ‘I want to thank China.’ He’s in Canada,” Trump said. I can say that because I laughed at our country when I ran.