David McNaughton, Canada's ambassador to Washington, also tamped down talk of a deal earlier Sunday evening during brief comments to reporters in Ottawa, saying he was "cautiously optimistic" but not sure the discussions would be resolved Sunday or Monday.
"He's a good man and he loves the people of Canada", Trump added.
"I don't think it did". President Trump has announced that they are talking about another deal with Canada that would see the tariffs lifted, as well as protection for the United States auto industry.
"So if you comply with the rules of origin, there's no way you are subject to 232 tariffs", Ujczo said.
Describing the south Asian country as the "tariff king", the president at the White House said that India "called us and they say, 'We want to start negotiations immediately", reported news agency AFP.
This one won't be called NAFTA, however.
Although most trade experts were surprised the final deal turned out as well as it did - incorporating numerous improvements from the Trans-Pacific Partnership that Trump jettisoned by backing out of that agreement on his first day in office - they say Washington's heavy-handed approach worked.
Canada, along with Mexico, took a "do no harm" approach to the talks, and there were early indications the Trudeau government succeeded in preserving the status quo in key areas, even though it faced criticism for giving the US concessions on dairy.
The NAFTA dispute-resolution process will also be kept in the new deal.
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"It's sad to say that", said Patrick Leblond, a trade expert with Canada's Center for International Governance Innovation. "This is a great step forward for our relationship with Mexico and Canada".
"This is a truly extraordinary agreement for the US, Canada and Mexico".
"I could give you (examples of) others that are brutal, just brutal what they do to us, how they take advantage of the stupidity". Farmers have developed export markets in Canada and Mexico. "Extremely disappointed", said Henry Wydeven, the regional director for Huron and Perth counties for the Dairy Farmers of Ontario.
Manufacturers of durable goods like washing machines could benefit and OH dairy farmers- who have little access to Canadian markets-will get a little more help in this deal.
The U.S. has wanted access to about 3.5 per cent of Canada's dairy market, which is similar to what Canada granted under the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans Pacific Partnership. Dairy access was a key US demand, made repeatedly by Trump, though the USA already exports about $500 million of milk products duty-free to Canada every year. Dairy Farmers objected to this, too, but the once-obscure dairy classification had become a lightning rod of discontent for Trump.
Trump quoted Abe as telling him that many Japanese automobile companies have invested in the United States over the a year ago and a half, and that they will continue to do so. "It will strengthen the middle class, and create good, well-paying jobs and new opportunities for the almost half billion people who call North America home".
Federal cabinet ministers were summoned to a late September 30 meeting at the Prime Minister's Office near Parliament Hill, while the White House convened its own late-night trade briefing conference call just an hour before the midnight deadline.
A side letter published along with the main text of the agreement exempts a percentage of eligible auto exports from the tariffs.
"Of greatest importance for financial markets is the reduced uncertainty that a trilateral agreement poses, particularly for Canada", Goldman economists wrote in a note on Monday.
Canada and the USA are engaged in last-minute negotiations to update Nafta by Sunday's deadline, though sticking points remain that could leave Ottawa out of the trade bloc.
The rewrite "will result in freer markets, fairer trade and robust economic growth in our region", according to a joint statement from US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland.