Canadian PM reiterates on NAFTA: no deal 'better'than bad deal Feb 09, 2018 0 100 12345 AFPCHICAGOCANADA'S Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterated on Wednesday during a US visit that he is willing to walk away from the North American Free Trade Agreement if renegotiation fails to produce a deal he can accept."We will not be pushed into accepting any old deal, and no deal might be better for Canada than a bad deal,"Trudeau said during remarks in Chicago -- the first stop in a visit that will also take him to Los Angeles and San Francisco.Trudeau's comments came after the latest round of talks between Canada, the United States and Mexico ended on January 29 with word that there was slow progress emerging.US President Donald Trump has threatened to withdraw from the trade pact if it is not renegotiated to his liking."We are legitimately concerned about the future of NAFTA, because the (US) president has said he's not sure it's a good thing,"Trudeau said at a Wednesday appearance at the University of Chicago. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Rio's carnival gets underway with dancing -- and politics Feb 09, 2018 0 498 Bipartisan agreement could still face blowback in the House Feb 09, 2018 0 276 Cuba grants visa to senior US diplomat to lead Havana embassy Feb 09, 2018 0 363 Top Trump aide quits after battery of allegations AFP WASHINGTON WHITE House staff secretary Rob Porter -- a near-constant fixture at President Donald Trump's side -- has resigned from his post, after two ex-wives publicly accused him of domestic abuse. The White .. Russia meddled in US election: George W Bush REUTERS ABU DHABI Former US president George W Bush accused Russia on Thursday of meddling in the US 2016 presidential election, calling Russian President Vladimir Putin a"brilliant tactician". Bush, interviewed on .. Canadian sub makes first trip to Asia-Pacific in 50 years OTTAWA A Canadian submarine has crossed the Pacific to patrol off the Asian coast for the first time in nearly 50 years, the navy said on Thursday, amid heightened tensions over North Korea's nuclear weapons .. Venezuela presidential vote set for April 22 CARACAS Venezuela's electoral council has set April 22 as the date for a controversial presidential election, which the opposition accuses President Nicolas Maduro of using to engineer a second term for himself. ..