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Cause and effect. Action, reaction. Trump just couldn't keep his mouth shut - he just couldn't keep his stubby little thumbs away from Twitter - and he made things markedly worse for himself by threatening Mueller. Same thing happened with Comey.
The lessons from the Chrétien Liberals can be applied today, particularly in response to Trump's tax plan. Prudent spending, debt reduction and tax rate cuts would make Canada a more competitive location for investment and skilled labour, and help foster the prosperity Canadians enjoyed following the Chrétien reforms.
President Trump is wildly unpopular in Canada.
The former prime minister also shared some much kinder words for Justin Trudeau.
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U.S. President Barack Obama and former president Bill Clinton delivered emotional eulogies.
Clinton will find herself tempted to flex her muscles as America's first female president, one that is seen as unafraid to take action. She's a Republican in terms of national defence, the kind that will try to make our Generation X leader abandon his progressive instincts and use his popularity to sell Canadians on the type of military adventures we are not known for.
Police accountability has never been a strength on the federal, provincial and local levels. We are still lacking independent civil and independent bodies that would investigate the actions of law enforcement when such tragic incidents happen.
Relationships between the three world leaders seem to be in an equally good place, Chretien said.
"They should leave the reserves without a decent education?"
The former PM believes the change is long overdue.
Comments made by former prime minister Jean Chrétien on the substandard living conditions facing many remote First Nations communities spilled over into the House of Commons Tuesday night during an em...
The former PM suggested Pierre Elliott Trudeau maintained an open approach when speaking to world leaders, including Cuba's Fidel Castro.
Though the two campaigns are separated by 22 years, they share some striking similarities.
The former prime minister says Russia's involvement in the Middle Eastern conflict would spark controversy but that the West would do well to accept the support.