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“I am a Canadian, free to speak without fear, free to worship in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, or free to choose those who shall govern my country. This heritage of freedom I pledge to uphold for myself and all mankind.” ~~ John G. Diefenbaker

So once more, in Donald Trumps eyes, we’re pulling our weight. Trump changes his mind more times than Justin Trudeau changes his socks

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President Donald
Trump at NATO meeting on December 3rd

MAKE OF IT WHAT YOU WILL ... however, today Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with United States of America President Donald Trump.

According to the Prime Ministers Office, Trudeau and Trump reaffirmed their support for the new North American Free Trade Agreement which supports millions of jobs in Canada, the US, and Mexico. The two leaders welcomed the work towards its ratification in all three countries.


  • I have to wonder what’s talking so long to have three people sign a document already agreed to?  It’s no wonder nothing ever gets done, or at least its painfully slow, when it comes to governments at all levels


The Prime Minister and President discussed the importance of the NATO Alliance for international peace and security as well as the indispensable Canada - US partnership for the defense of North America. The President noted Canada’s contributions to NATO missions including in Iraq, Latvia, and Romania.

  • Oh so once more, in Donald Trumps eyes, we’re pulling our weight.  Trump changes his mind more times than Justin Trudeau changes his socks.


The two leaders also discussed relations with China ... 


The President agreed with Canada’s position on the ongoing arbitrary detention of two Canadians in China and said Canada and the US would continue to work on this together.

The Prime Minister and President agreed to keep in touch and to strengthen their close cooperation.


  • I’ll keep close eyes on Donald Trumps Twitter account to see how well that continues as it seems to change from day to day – or is it hour by hour?
I don't know about you, but some how I just don't feel confident about the long-term outcomes of much when Trudeau and Trump meet. Do you think Justin has the authority and power to influence Trump?

No? Well I didn't think so either.

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