Today Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. Melania Trump is his beautiful first lady — the most glamorous since Jackie Kennedy. The whole family is gorgeous, and his kids are very successful in their own right.
I’m excited, because on all the important issues, he’s conservative. And his cabinet picks are very conservative and talented.
But obviously Justin Trudeau hates Trump.
I’ve got so much evidence of this, I’ve actually written a whole book about it: Trumping Trudeau: How Donald Trump Will Change Canada Even If Justin Trudeau Doesn’t Know It Yet. (You can get it here.)
Here's an excerpt:
In late September 2016 — just six weeks before the U.S. election — the Liberals sent out a massive e-mail blast to party supporters, demonizing Trump and praising Hillary Clinton. It was one of several Trump-bashing e-mails Trudeau sent out, so it must have been a financial success. (…)
Trouble is, the anti-Trump insults that Trudeau and his cronies said during the U.S. election campaign have turned into anti-Trump actions that Trudeau has ordered the Canadian government to do.
In the weeks after Trump’s win, Trudeau visited Cuba and posed for pictures with Raul Castro, and sent a Canadian navy ship on a friendship mission to the island nation for the first time in more than 50 years.
He announced $25 million in foreign aid to Gaza, which is run by the terrorist group Hamas. And he praised China’s Communist leaders, even as tawdry reports of unethical fundraising by Chinese billionaires dominated Canadian headlines. (…)
It’s possible for this sort of sniping to be buried in the past. Trump surprised many pundits by reaching out to former Republican rivals in the weeks after the election, and even to partisan Democrats. (…) The real question is: do Trudeau and the Liberals actually want a working relationship with Trump — or do they prefer to use him as a punching bag for their own political purposes?
To read more from my book Trumping Trudeau, get it at TrumpingTrudeau.com — it’s just $4.99 as an ebook on Kindle.
TONIGHT’S GUESTS: Marc Morano of Climate Depot on what happens to U.S. energy and climate policy with Trump firmly in the White House; and Alberta Wildrose Party opposition leader Brian Jean, who's invited Justin Trudeau to visit a rebuilding Fort McMurray.