This is just flat out bonkers. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is 'worried' about how Trump will affect Ontario's economy.
Keep in mind, Wynne admitted last year that she doesn't care about fixing Ontario's economy. In fact, she said this during a visit in Washington. Let that sink in.
Wynne told The Star, “My biggest fear … is the trade relationship.” The site also says she is “worried” about Trump’s threat to rip up the North American Free Trade Agreement.
She added that she is worried about what a Trump presidency will do about her attempts to fight “climate change”, noting that her government has entered into a cap-and-trade system with Quebec and California that other states and provinces could join.
Back in June, Wynne endorsed Hillary Clinton for president and called Trump 'frightening'.
A disappointed Wynne told The Star, “If she had won, it would have sent such an important message to young women in the United States and around the world.” Yes, it would have. That you can get away with anything.
Luckily, that didn't happen and voters sent a clear message.