It’s always good to know what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau thinks of conservatives in Canada and around the world, as he helpfully elaborated on following his cabinet shuffle on Wednesday.
Asked, according to CBC’s Power & Politics, “whether he fears a growing conservative movement at the provincial level affecting his agenda”, Trudeau responded with an attack against conservatives worldwide.
In a contrast to Trump, Trudeau has harsh words for Putin after Helsinki summit
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has avoided criticizing U.S. President Donald Trump’s behaviour during a controversial media conference Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Instead, Trudeau tried to draw a clear distinction Tuesday between himself and Trump when he was asked about the meeting.
“Canada has been unequivocal in our condemnation of Vladimir Putin and Russia,” said Trudeau in Sutherlands River, N.S.
Trump Derangement Syndrome aside the manufactured hysterical “Fear” of Russia now on display is an expression of horror by our homegrown globalists, the EU and NATO parasites, horror at the realization that the jig is up. Their well-heeled lives of power, a luxury lifestyle subsidized by the USA, is under direct threat. Trump’s treatment of Putin was a complement to positions aired to participants of the NATO and G7 summits. A clear shot across their bow as much as an effort to repair relations with Russia rather than pointlessly scold Putin and come away with nothing.
When it first surfaced that, 18 years ago, a young reporter had accused Justin Trudeau of groping her, it seemed the prime minister was caught in a trap of his own making.
Deny the accusation, published in an unsigned article in the newspaper she worked for, the Creston Valley Advance, and he would be contradicting his own admonition to believe all women. Admit it, and he would be confessing to an offence that, if it did not expose him to criminal charges, would certainly expose him to accusations of hypocrisy, given the swift justice he has meted out to others in similar circumstances.
PM addresses groping allegation, says he doesn’t recall ‘negative interactions’
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he does not remember any “negative interactions” during an event he attended 18 years ago in British Columbia — acknowledging for the first time allegations of sexual misconduct that recently resurfaced about him at the event.
Trudeau told reporters in Regina today that he remembers attending the music festival in Creston, B.C., but doesn’t recall anything going amiss.
“I remember that day in Creston well, it was an Avalanche Foundation event to support avalanche safety. I had a good day that day. I don’t remember any negative interactions that day at all,” Trudeau said.
It’s clear he is lying, a not “negative experience” really means – “I learned to adjust my MO and not molest uppity woman who might complain” which in Justin’s mind is a good thing.
There’s no mention of any response, in any way, not even inferred, from President Trump. The report is uni-directional…. Justin is doing all the talking…. Meaning POTUS Trump is going silent and deep; which is his exact historic pattern. Not good news for Justin and Chrystia from Canada.
Watch my full interview with Manny to see why Trudeau is more interested in satisfying anti-Trump Canadians than reaching an agreement with Trump, and how Trump’s demand that NATO allies contribute their fair-share to defence is only going to make Canada/US relations even worse.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will head to Brussels to attend the NATO summit on July 11, and U.S. President Donald Trump has already begun berating Canada for failing to meet the alliance’s defence spending targets.
Justin Trudeau was confronted twice over the weekend in the French-speaking Canadian province. A woman called him a “traitor” during a Fete Nationale holiday; the next day, someone taunted the Prime Minister for “bothering us at home” during the celebration.