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Canada attacks 'damaging' Trump plan to deploy troops at border

Reuters Thursday, 26 March 2020
Canada on Thursday attacked a U.S. proposal to deploy troops along the undefended joint border to help fight the spread of coronavirus, saying the idea was unnecessary and would damage relations.
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News video: Canada Disagrees With Trump's Proposal To Send Troops To Joint Border

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The U.S. proposed deploying troops along its joint border with Canada to help fight the spread of coronavirus. According to Reuters, Canada attacked the idea, saying it was unnecessary and would hurt their relations. The proposal came as a surprise to Canada after the two countries agreed to close...

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Canada attacks Trump plan to deploy troops at border as unnecessary and damaging

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