Trump Says Separate Trade Pacts With Canada, Mexico Could Replace Nafta

U.S. president says his administration wants to remake the accord but will terminate it if that’s not possible

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump, speaking alongside Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, opened the door to separate trade deals with Canada and Mexico to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement and repeated his warnings that the U.S. could withdraw from the pact.

“I think Justin understands this, if we can’t make a deal, it will be terminated and that will be fine,” Mr. Trump said Wednesday, underscoring the plan for now is to “renegotiate” the 23-year-old trade pact.

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