Canada is renegotiating NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement that covers Canada, the United States and Mexico.
And at the same time, Canada is negotiating a trade deal with China.
Canada exported $392 billion worth of goods and services last year to the United States. A billion dollars a day.
Compare that to China. They bought $22 billion worth of stuff from us last year. That’s not peanuts.
But put it this way:
America pays your rent, car payments and groceries bill. China will buy you a coffee and a sandwich.
Now, Donald Trump hates NAFTA. We have a lot to lose.
What about China? They don’t buy our stuff now. They don’t respect property rights. You’d have to be nuts to invest there.
To cite just one example:
There are British Columbia winery owners facing life in Chinese prison for “alleged smuggling.” I think that’s code for he didn’t pay off the right corrupt officials.
Tonight, I’ll show you the approach Justin Trudeau has already taken towards these two trade deals.
(Hint: This is the same Liberal government that gave a billion dollars to Bombardier — in return for them moving their factory to Mexico. And our negotiator with Trump is Chrystia “The Crier” Freeland…)
NEXT: William Gairdner comes on to talk about his book, The Great Divide: Why Liberals and Conservative Will Never, Ever Agree.
THEN: International Attorney Jennifer Breedon and I discuss a topic dear to my heart, and important to so many Rebel viewers: The genocide of Christians by ISIS.
The good news is that the U.S. government has denounced this crime, so what happens now?
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