Did you see that ad showing Justin Trudeau in China, hugging little pandas? It said, "Welcome, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for his first official trip in China and to participate at the G20 summit in Hangzhou.”
Except that ad isn’t paid for by the Chinese government. It was paid for by the government of Canada. The government of Canada welcomed the government of Canada to China…
The other G20 leaders barely noticed Justin Trudeau. He was the only leader who brought his family along. He’s more interested in being a tourist than in talking about serious things.
No new trade deal. No new investment.
No movement on human rights — not even on the Canadian hostage being held by China, Kevin Garratt, held illegally, in deteriorating health. Trudeau wouldn’t even say his name in public.
None of that stuff matters to Trudeau’s base in the media party. They got the shot of Trudeau and his family skipping, and posing and looking hunky.
But trade, human rights, security? Only squares like Stephen Harper care about that stuff…
NEXT: Marc Morano of Climate Depot joined me to talk about China's agreement to ratify the Paris climate deal.
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THEN: United Nations expert Claudia Rosett says we should enjoy using the internet while we can, before Obama abandons it to be run by the UN.
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