Trudeau confirms flexibility on dairy in NAFTA talks, but what does that mean?

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The Canadian government was on the media offensive this past weekend, after the U.S. administration applied steel and aluminum tariffs to imports from Canada while justifying the move as a national security issue. “What you are saying to us and all of your NATO allies is that we somehow represent a national security threat to the United States,” Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said on CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday. “Seriously? Do you really believe that Canada, that your NATO allies, represent a national security threat?” Meanwhile, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was on NBC’s Meet the Press, where…

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