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When President Donald Trump signed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada-agreement at the White House in late January, he said a variation of the word “thanks” 54 times in 37 minutes to people in attendance who helped him do the deal.
But there’s one more favor he needs from someone who wasn’t in the room: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
That’s because USMCA has a final gauntlet to run — Canada’s parliament — before anyone can fully claim...