President Trump put tariffs on some Canadian aluminum Thursday, a minimal above a month following implementing the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement designed to decrease trade boundaries throughout North The united states.

The White Residence claimed selected varieties of aluminum have been surging into the U.S., depressing the U.S. business. The administration justified the tariffs, which will be established at 10%, using a national security provision and argued that a depressed U.S. aluminum business threatens U.S. national security.