Governor Scott Walker says President Donald Trump has “really gotten Canada’s attention” in a trade dispute involving Wisconsin dairy farmers. There were indications Wednesday that Trump would issue an executive order ending America’s participation in the NAFTA free trade agreement. Trump later told Canadian and Mexican leaders he would not pull out, and the White House says all three countries plan to quickly move toward renegotiating the long running trade pact so all the nations benefit. Walker told reporters in Madison Wednesday that he hopes Trump’s “aggressive actions” will push Canada to offer at least temporary relief for Wisconsin dairy farmers, dozens of whom are losing their main customers for their milk because Canadian processors are no longer taking that milk for a highly specialized cheese product. Meanwhile, state agricultural administrator Daniel Smith says his agency has made a lot of progress the past couple days finding new suppliers for the farmers’ milk.