Trudeau government seeks US help with China as the Communist State won’t even return our calls.
US President Donald Trump is offering his support for Canada, as our fight with China continues escalating.
Trump made the comments during a White House meeting with PM Justin Trudeau, who was widely expected to press Trump on offering assistance for the two detained Canadians – Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor.
While Trudeau had once talked a big game about pivoting away from the US and closer towards Communist China, that approach has totally collapsed with China disrespecting our nation, bullying us, and now even ignoring requests for phone calls by Chrystia Freeland and Trudeau.
Now, Trudeau is talking about how Canada and the US have the ‘closest alliance in the world,’ and asking the US to step in on our behalf.
Of course, a big part of the problem is that Trudeau’s weakness and refusal to retaliate against China is encouraging more and more bullying, as China sees that they can get away with it.
That said, since the US is the one who requested that we arrest Meng Wanzhou, it is only fair that the US offer some assistance. Additionally, it’s in the interest of the US to help Canada, as they seek to build a coalition to confront the increasingly aggressive Communist government of China.
Below, you can watch Trudeau’s comments:
Trump is expected to have a meeting with China’s leader Xi Jinping at the upcoming G20 summit in Japan.
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