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Boycott U.S.A movement is gaining momentum in Canada: Are Trump Tariffs weakening US-Canada Relations?

Screenshot from CGTN America on Youtube Canadians boycott US goods in wake of trade disputes

Recently, Boycott U.S.A. movement gain momentum in Canada because of U.S. metal tariffs and President Trump’s harsh words for their prime minister. According to media reports, Canadians boycott US products, cancel vacations to America after Donald Trump insulted their prime minister and imposed unjustified tariffs.

Some media analysts believe that Trump tariffs are weakening US-Canada relations. They argued that the US-Canada relations were strong in the all previous presidential terms, except President Trump’s term. Whereas, others believe that there is almost the same 50/50 divide in Canada that America has between Trump supporters and haters. So, the Trump haters are boycotting American goods in Canada.

This scenario instigated a debate across social media that whether Trump Tariffs are weakening US-Canada relations?

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