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Vansh Chopra

@Vansh | Posted 13 Jun, 2018 | Current Topics

Should President Trump criticize Canadian PM Justin Trudeau?

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Preeti Taneja

Entrepreneur | Posted 13 Jun, 2018

Well, President Donald Trump criticizing a leader of the state isn’t something new and newsy. It’s a matter of guess for his Twitter followers as to who will be at the receiving end today. On a bad Sunday evening, Canadian Prime Minister found himself tangled in Trump’s Twitter Tirade.
Here’s what Trump tweeted, “PM Justin Trudeau of Canada acted so meek and mild during our @G7 meetings only to give a news conference after I left saying that, “US Tariffs were kind of insulting” and he “will not be pushed around.” Very dishonest & weak. Our Tariffs are in response to his of 270% on dairy!”
Only until a couple of years back, calling a state leader, moreover of a size of Trudeau, “dishonest and weak” was a frown upon the act. But now, oh Trump!
Why did President Donald Trump blast the neighboring PM?
If you don’t go by his version, it’s clearly because of his limited knowledge of the trade, economy, and diplomacy. But, in case, if you’re naïve enough to believe him, it’s because Canada (along with other countries) are treating the USA as a piggy bank and stealing everything from it.
Trump is upset that Canada is charging a massive tariff on American farmers, workers, and companies. As a result, while initially thought that each of G7 countries is on the same ground in terms of trade, Trump has asked the reps to not to endorse G7 summit communique yet.
If you look at the trade facts and data, and if Trump’s stance doesn’t make sense to you, it’s okay—you’re not the crazy one. He is!
Now, one can only wonder the kind of mood President Donald Trump is in ahead of his historic meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Don’t forget, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau is sensible, Supreme Leader Kim isn’t. And with loose nuclear cannons on either side, a lot is really at stake in this meeting in Singapore.