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Trudeau promises Biden ‘quick action’ against protesters blocking U.S.-Canada bridge

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By Carlos Osorio, Steve Scherer and Doina Chiacu WINDSOR, Ontario/OTTAWA/WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday “quick action” to enforce the law against protesters who have blocked a key U.S. trade corridor and damaged auto production in both nations, the White House said. Truckers angered by coronavirus mandates began occupying Canada’s capital last month before crowding dozens of vehicles on Monday near Ontario’s Ambassador Bridge, North America’s busiest land border crossing and a choke point for Detroit’s carmakers. Officia…

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