Prime Minister Trudeau’s right to hit back at Trump, now the hard work really starts
By EditorialJun. 4, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his advisers have, no doubt, mulled breaking off the friendly relationship with U.S. President Donald Trump more than once since the erratic businessman took office. They chose the right time.
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