UPDATE: The Liberal Party has deleted an advertisement on its official website in which Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland's riding association announced it would take part in an anti-Trump protest.
On the website, the event has been replaced with text reading, "This event is either passed, or is no longer available. Call 1-888-LIBERAL or email email@example.com if you need help."
The deletion and/or cancellation came mere hours after The Rebel exposed the event.
(See the screen shot of the original announcement, below.)
The event description on the Liberal Party website previously said:
The University-Rosedale Federal Liberal Association is joining the Women's March on Washington: Toronto to protest against the rise in acts of hate and discrimination across North America since November. We will meet at 11:30am on the sidewalk outside the University of Toronto Law School (78 Queen's Park Crescent) and walk over together to Queen's Park at 11:45am.
While Freeland's riding association was set to protest, she would have been attending Trump's inauguration in Washington as part of the Canadian delegation.
SOUND OFF in the comments:
Do you think it's appropriate for Canada's Foreign Minister to be attending Trump's inauguration and representing Canada while her campaign team protests him?