Show some composure, Canada

Donald Trump won, so Justin Trudeau is too weak, inexperienced, naive or wrong-headed to be trusted with government. This is hardly the majority view, but then it's still early days yet.

Before deciding Donald Trump will fleece Justin Trudeau in bilateral talks, prognosticators would do well to wait until everyone knows what Trump plans to ask, or demand, or threaten. For greater certainty, they should then wait a little longer to ascertain whether Trump will contradict himself a day later, writes Paul Wells.

By PAUL WELLS

PUBLISHED : Monday, Nov. 21, 2016 12:00 AM

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