Trump vows to solve dairy dispute with Canada

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump is promising to find a solution to a trade dispute with Canada that has left dairy farmers in Wisconsin and New York without a market for their product.

Trump said during a speech Tuesday in Kenosha, Wisconsin, that Canada has been "very unfair" to dairy farmers and "we're going to start working on that."

Canada has decided to impose import taxes on ultra-filtered milk, a protein liquid concentrate used to make cheese. It had been duty-free but Canada changed course after milk producers there complained.

About 70 dairy producers in both Wisconsin and New York are affected.

Trump promises to work with Wisconsin's congressional delegation to get a solution.

The governors of Wisconsin and New York sent Trump a letter Tuesday urging him to take action.

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