Dion and McCallum are going to be ambassadors and Chrystia Freeland will be their boss as the minister in charge of Global affairs Canada. What could possibly go wrong with this?
Once again, you pay for his needs - political needs, vacation needs, nanny needs -- whatever Justin Trudeau needs you pay for it, big time.
Watch as I explain what else could go wrong with this move beginning with the diplomatic postings of Dion and McCallum and moving on to who the woman is that is now Canada’s top diplomat - Chrystia Freeland.
We are told part of the reason this is taking place is that the government needs a new face to deal with the incoming Trump administration.
Is Freeland, the globalist, the right choice when Trump most definitely is not?
Writing in the online magazine Little Pink book a few years ago Freeland wrote:
“If you're interested in public affairs and public policy, you have to understand your work in an international context. Just thinking of things within national boundaries is too narrow.”
Does she understand that Donald Trump is a big fan of national boundaries, or borders and is pulling back from what he calls bad trade deals, at least from the perspective of American workers?
Is that the way to make yourself at home with the new Trump administration?
This should go well.