Trump adviser says he’s ‘proud’ of Trudeau’s handing of Huawei case

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WASHINGTON — One of U.S. President Donald Trump‘s top advisers says he’s “proud” of Canada — and particularly Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — for “hanging tough” on Huawei.Global NewsHelp us improve Globalnews.caGlobal NewsTake the survey now!Story continues below

Economic adviser Larry Kudlow told reporters in Washington on Sunday that he’s grateful to Trudeau and Canada for helping the United States in its case against the Chinese tech company’s chief financial officer.READ MORE: Trump says ‘good chance’ trade deal can be struck with ChinaRCMP arrested Meng Wanzhou at Vancouver’s airport in December at request of the U.S., which is seeking her extradition on fraud charges, and Trudeau has repeatedly said that the government will not interfere in the process.Nine days after Meng’s arrest, China detained two Canadians on allegations that they were endangering the country’s national security. It also increased another Canadian’s sentence on drug trafficking charges from 15 years to the death penalty.WATCH: Huawei unveils $2,600 folding smartphone

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