Kudlow made the remarks at a dinner in Washington.
At a dinner in Washington D.C., Trump’s top economic adviser Larry Kudlow shared details on how a White House official referred to Justin Trudeau.
As reported by the Washington Examiner, here’s what Kudlow said:
“A friend of mine in the White House, who will go unnamed, said, ‘You know, I know why you’re supporting this deal Larry, it’s because we made a deal. We didn’t walk away, we didn’t end it, we made a deal. Alright? ‘Spite that little punk kid running Canada, we still made it,’” Kudlow said, referring to Trudeau. “And I’ve had some wonderful run-ins with him.”
The reported comment is the latest in a series of events that – despite the recent signing of the USMCA – have shown deteriorating relations between Canada and the U.S.
While much of the Canadian establishment media has pinned all the blame for the tensions on the Trump Administration, the Trudeau government bears significant responsibility as well.
As an example, Chrystia Freeland recently was a headline speaker at an event called “Taking on The Tyrant,” which included images and video of Donald Trump alongside leaders like Xi Jinping, and Bashar Al Assad, implying that the democratically elected Trump was somehow in the same category as unelected dictators.
Freeland’s attendance did not go unnoticed by the White House, and the Trudeau government has repeatedly put virtue-signalling to their globalist friends ahead of strengthening our relationship with our closest ally.
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