The interview, billed by the news organization as "Trade in the Balance: Canada-U.S. Relations", begins at 12:45 p.m. ET and CBCNews.ca will carry it live.
Porter, who is based in Toronto, is a former columnist and feature writer for the Toronto Star.
"There's no question that the way the president chooses to speak directly to people through social media is a new wrinkle in global diplomacy".
Mr. Trudeau said he does not speak with Mr. Trump - "as far as I know" - on the President's cellphone. "And what was once Langevin Block will now officially and practically become the Office of the Prime Minister and the Privy Council".
"What I've found from this president is he will listen to arguments made, he will look at the ensemble of facts, of proposals, of impacts you put together, and he will be open to shifting his position", he said.
"We take very seriously what has been obviously a pattern of disruption by cyber actors - including Russian cyber actors - of democratic processes", Mr. Trudeau said.
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During one of the most politically intense periods in North America's history, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's interview at the University of Toronto about worldwide politics and Canada's growingly mercurial relationship with the U.S painted a fairly elaborate portrait of the current state of global affairs.
But beyond the headlines, we're seeing a lot of promises with little delivered.
He also downplayed the threat that the USA could walk away from the North American Free Trade Agreement, saying there is "no need for a Plan B" in case talks to rework the pact fail. In the video, he asks the Canadian prime minister whether he'd like to be a part of "Gary's Hug Club" and Mr Trudeau willingly obliges. It was an terrible lot of work getting to the consensus we did.
Trudeau also praised Trump for his ability to hear differing views.
In the wide-ranging discussion, Mr. Trudeau said he has told Mr. Trump that Canadian steel exports do not pose a national security threat, calling a US investigation into the matter "just silly"; he also remarked on the possibility of a Russian hack into a Canadian election.
"Anything that the president of the United States says in any forum is worthy of noting, of placing into context", Trudeau said, per Politico.
"But many voices saying the same things, which has really been helpful as well".
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