Trump Threatens Canadians in Further Attacks against Trudeau

The days of foreign leaders mistaking American kindness for weakness are over. As Pres. Donald J. Trump famously said, “fair trade should be called ‘fool trade’ if it’s not reciprocal.” And, he’s busy doing something about that problem.

After leaving a friendly and productive G7 meeting in Canada, our northern neighbor attempted to grandstand and rail against Pres. Trump claiming he wouldn’t be pushed around. In reality, his politically-motivated back-stabbing may just cost the northern neighbor dearly.

In this news report you’ll see, Pres. Donald J. Trump field controversial questions about his highly productive meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the bad taste Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau left after making cowardly post-G7 remarks to the media.

As one journalist at the historic summit in Singapore asked of America’s commander-in-chief, what do you say about critics who claim, “You might be treating our historic friends as enemies and our historic enemies as friends?”

Pres. Trump, in a calm and measured tone, outlined the truth about the friendly and productive G7 talks. He also explained that he has zero tolerance for outliers such as Trudeau and that it’s American farmers and workers who won’t be bullied or treated unfairly on trade.

Take a few moments to find out what the President of the United States plans to do with unruly Canada. And why Justin Trudeau is losing sleep!

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