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Looks like Canada has decided to come to the table on a new North American trade deal after all.

After Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he was not interested in revising NAFTA, the Trump administration announced late Sunday night that a new pact, which is being called the “U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement,” had been agreed to by our neighbors to the North.

“It’s a great win for the president and a validation for his strategy in the area of international trade,” a senior administration official said on a call with reporters late Sunday.

People briefed on the outlines of a revamped deal described changes in language governing dairy imports, dispute resolution between countries, limits on online shopping that can be done tax free, and limits on the U.S. threat of auto tariffs.

“It’s a good day for Canada,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said as he left the office late Sunday night. He said he would save other comments for an official announcement on Monday.

WIBC host Tony Katz:

“Love Trump or hate him, this trade deal is a campaign promise that was kept. He’s done exactly what he said he was going to do. Donald Trump stuck by his word, and voters are going to remember that going into midterms.”

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