ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has come under fire because he Donald Trump said to be willing to change the free trade agreement NAFTA. Both the opposition party members have Trudeaus 'slack attitude' fiercely criticized.
Trudeau would be naive and have reacted in panic to the choice of the American voters for populist Trump as the new US president The protectionist Trump in his campaign FTAs slated as obscure appointments that US money and cost jobs.
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has been in operation since 1994, and between Canada, Mexico and the US Numerous politicians said they find it incomprehensible that the prime minister already in his first phone called that renegotiation of NAFTA would be no problem.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte was earlier this week also criticized by, among others D66 leader Alexander Pechtold. That was a statement by Rutte on Facebook about the contents of his telephone conversation with Trump bland and limp.