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Mulroney Complains to Bush

January 21, 1987|United Press International

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, seeking a way out of his political skid, today complained to Vice President George Bush about U.S. foot-dragging on trade liberalization and acid rain, and vowed Canada will not be "on anyone's back burner or taken for granted at any time."

In a burst of criticism delivered in large part for domestic consumption, with Bush at his side, Mulroney blamed the Reagan Administration for friction in U.S.-Canadian relations. Bush said, "One of the good things about friends is you can look each other in the eye, discuss the differences and then go on to try to solve existing problems."

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