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Saudi Arabia: Trudeau and Question Period

saudi arabia: When asked how he'd describe Putin in one word, that was the word Trudeau chose, according to CTV. And when it came to another controversial world leader Mohammad Bin Salman Trudeau said Canada continues to demand answers from him over the death of a journalist, and is engaged with the export permits to try and see if there is a way of no longer exporting these vehicles to Saudi Arabia. This was revealed as part of a year-end sit down with Evan Solomon, host of CTV's Question Period. During the wide-ranging interview, Trudeau also spoke about how the so-called China clause in the new NAFTA deal is actually significantly changed from what the U.S. first proposed, and states that there will be unintended consequences for Canada and other countries as the result of the clash between the two economic mammoths, the United States and China. Here's a full transcript of the interview, edited for clarity. The prime minister also offers new perspective on his own MeToo moment, what he thinks when he reads U.S. President Donald Trump's tweets, and states why no work has been done on his official residence, 24 Sussex Drive. ( As reported in the news.