DONALD TRUMP'S BUSINESS ADVISOR TAKES A VERY POSITIVE VIEW OF TRADE WITH CANADA
U-S President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to leave the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership. He says its a great thing for the American worker. And he's expected to sign an order indicating that he wants to re-negotiate NAFTA. Now here's the good news---Trump's business advisor says the US has what he's calling an "unusually positive view" of Canada. Stephen Schwarzman says there's little danger of "collateral damage" to Canada---as Trump looks to renegotiate trade deals----and he's hinting that Canada may be exempt from a possible energy border tax.