American energy dominance is a bi-partisan priority.
A look at the past week’s claims.
NY Times says Trump and his father avoided gift and inheritance taxes by setting up a sham corporation and undervaluing assets to tax authorities.
Trudeau said conversations with the industry are already underway to determine what fair compensation will look like.
USMCA replaces the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Proclaims the newly forged US-Mexico-Canada Agreement as the biggest trade deal in the history of the United States.
Tories accuse Trudeau of “capitulating” to US President Donald Trump as united NAFTA front collapses.
More access to dairy but Canada saves dispute provision, accommodation reached on Section 232 tariffs.
US farmers get more access to the Canadian dairy market, but NAFTA dispute-resolution process stays.
US president also complained about Canada’s negotiators; doesn’t like Freeland.
Talks remain deadlocked over issues like dispute resolution and access to Canada’s dairy market.
President is waiting until Sept. 27 meeting to figure out what’s going on.
Environmental groups say they’ll continue to fight the project.
Canada’s campaign to win a two-year temporary seat on the Security Council will be under scrutiny.
Pressure grows to reach a deal by the end of the month when Lighthizer must make public a copy of the agreement with Mexico.