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Scoops from the Washington Post and the New York Times puts pressure on Trump despite his trip abroad.
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To be sure, it remains a distant hypothetical threat.
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With the swearing in of Donald Trump as president of the United States last January, political analysts foresaw a marked regression in American environmental policies. The nomination of climate change...
"Words matter. Words matter diplomatically."
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But, kidding aside, he says a trade war between the U.S. and Canada is unlikely.
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"The Trump White House is indistinguishable from the Obama White House on dairy."
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The finance minister cautioned that a tariff-like tax would hurt families on both sides of the border.
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Encountering a personality like Trump's is highly unusual. People like him can't rationally exist, we tell ourselves. He possesses a multitude of confounding characteristics that defy his office and position in life. But, with his combination of skills and deficiencies, he did win the presidency, didn't he? Yet we remain incredulous and struggle to come to terms with how this happened.
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In this week's headlines we learn that U.S. President Donald Trump is proceeding to present a budget according to his "America First" policy.
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"We're going to do something with NAFTA that you are gonna be very, very impressed with."
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"This work is very complex, and there is no way for me to give you a timetable for when it will be done."
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Why is it that very few of us actually take the time to sit down and actually assess our savings, spending and banking options until we want to buy a home or we begin to think about our retirement savings? Are companies profiting from our ignorance? Are they "banking" on it?
The prime minister made the remarks in an interview with NBC.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau will deliver the Liberal government's second budget on March 22.