Instead, Trudeau has to ask Trump to make Canada’s case on our behalf.
Justin Trudeau often talks tough about US Republicans and US President Donald Trump.
But when push comes to shove, Trudeau has to ask the US to advocate on behalf of Canada on the issue of China.
And now, reports indicate that Trudeau won’t be getting a meeting with Xi Jinping, China President at the G20:
Video – Trudeau arrives in Osaka
This means that Trudeau will have no chance to say anything about detained Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor. He has to rely on Trump to do it for him.
Considering that the US is our ally, it’s nice for them to help us out, but how does Trudeau not realize how embarrassing and hypocritical it is for him to be ‘acting all tough vs US Republicans,’ then having so little influence that he has to ask a US Republican Administration to do his job for him?
Of course, a key part of the problem here – aside from the brutal ruthlessness of the Communist State, is that Justin Trudeau and the Liberal government refuses to take any retaliatory action at China’s repeated escalations. Trudeau has shown weakness, and government’s like China’s Communist State pounce the second they sense weakness – which is exactly what they’re doing to Canada.
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