North American leaders meet to discuss migration, trade and COVID-19
The U.S., Mexico and Canada meet Thursday in Washington, D.C., for the so-called “three amigos” summit. It’s a tradition that former President Donald Trump let lapse.
The neighbors have lots to discuss, from immigration to trade to COVID-19.
We get the latest from NPR’s Carrie Kahn and the CBC’s Chris Hall.
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