Now it's Canada's turn.
President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met Monday to discuss economic ties between the two nations following months of Trump trash-talking NAFTA, the three-way trade deal governing the two largest markets for U.S. exports.
Throughout his campaign, Trump vowed to renegotiate the deal with Canada and Mexico to "get a better deal for our workers."
"And I don't mean just a little bit better, I mean a lot better," Trump told a Pennsylvania rally last summer.
But on Monday, Trudeau faced less of Trump's wrath about "unfair" trade deals than did trade partners China and Mexico, thanks in part to a relatively small U.S. merchandise trade deficit with Canada.
"We will be tweaking it," Trump told a news conference. "It's a much less severe situation than what has taken place on the southern border."