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Bizarro world: Midterms offer little clarity on fate of USMCA, tariff dispute

2 monthes ago   |   By National Post

WASHINGTON - If the midterm elections were supposed to wipe clear the uncertainty of tariffs, trade and other smudges on the window into Canada-U.S. affairs, well, have a look at the bizarro world of politics in the United States of America.
A Democratic majority in the House of Representatives was “very close to complete victory” for President Donald Trump. The election is both over and not over, thanks to vote-counting disputes in Florida, Georgia and Arizona. There's a new trade deal, but the White House and Canada are still staring each other down over steel and aluminum.
So good luck...
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