Prime minister trumps Trump
I am following the devastation unfolding in Houston as a result of Hurricane Harvey. Seeing President Donald Trump standing on a truck in Corpus Christi, commenting about the size of the crowd that came out to see him, made my jaw drop.
These are the moments I most appreciate having a prime minister like Justin Trudeau. Yes, he has his faults. But I am confident that in the midst of a Canadian crisis, he would be focused on helping people and not on furthering his image.
Harvey Bobrow, Beaconsfield
Underwood - 2017-08-31
"The idiot speaks and we all stop to listen...."
When the President of the U.S. speaks, it's presumed that he has something to say that's worth listening to. "then complain he is an idiot...." If the President says something idiotic (generally not expected) you can count on people complaining about it. "and then the media attacks him personally..." Actually, the media's job is to report, among other things, when the President of the free world is acting like an idiot. "and then cries when he attacks back" The President is not supposed to "attack" the media. Freedom of the Press is guaranteed in the Constitution. I don't see Trump (who loves to sue) suing any media outlet for liable or defamation...
tomtom - 2017-08-31
"Yes, he has his faults. But I am confident that in the midst of a Canadian crisis, he would be focused on helping people and not on furthering his image."
That is not the Justin Trudeau anyone else knows. What a narcissist!
Richard O - 2017-08-31
Why not? He's POTUS
Potus not POC President of Canada Are you're saying this because Trump says so many idiotic and inappropriate things we should just tune him out at this point? Yes that is what I am saying....The idiot speaks and we all stop to listen....then complain he is an idiot....and then the media attacks him personally and then cries when he attacks back Remember when the right and people like Hannity went nuts because of Obama's tan suit and ordering Dijon mustard? You will have to refresh my memory
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