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"mister trudeau" Discussed on What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy

What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy

11:26 min | 7 months ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy

"All right. Welcome happy Friday. Let's start off with the protests. That's the story that just keeps going It doesn't seem to be going away. We've got meetings Continuing today in Smithers BC. With the Minister Carolyn Bennett and the BBC minister. I want to start with you. Neil National Post Poll. This morning came out. Sixty three percent of Canadians believed that Canada is broken. Eighty three percent in Alberta is the government showing that they know what they're doing here good strategy that they're going or is this just a fire that trudeau just can't stop. Well it's been I think. What four weeks? Now of protests three weeks or four weeks so that meetings are occurring is is is good The first minute we'll talk about this. I think the first ministry me a good move in the right direction to That will start the nation to nation relationship that Mister Trudeau has talked about four five or six years. Now This is you know last week. I saw Carolyn Bennett walking along a spark street and being grumpy old conservative I still almost went up to her and said you know good luck because good luck really and truly this is a. This is a tough one. I don't know what the right way. And why the right solution is nobody does. But at the sides are talking is good I would hope Th- There wasn't much of a readout from yesterday's meetings and Smithers The ministers and the the The first nations chiefs Came out and said we had a good essentially talk and we'll continue talking tomorrow What I would like to see is The the first nations chiefs come out tomorrow and say hopefully if this if if things go well command and say we've had productive talks. We will continue to talk and some expression of we thank everyone across this country for standing in solidarity with us but please in the sake of safety security the economic flow of goods. Would you please stand down? As part of the the the protests that are on rail tracks or Neil tracks near other transportation infrastructure. I I think that would go a long way for for a goodwill the start developing again in the Canadian public broadcasting public and absent thoughts This just becomes more and more of a problem for the government. I totally agree like I think we need to hear more from the chiefs Asking Canadians to to stop the book. Blockades Cam I want to go to you end EP former. Mvp MP. Nathan. Cullen is of this Discussions in Smithers What do you think we're going to see? Will we see as Neil said them? Come Out Make a statement. How do think The the talks are going so far honestly I take the fact that nothing has come out. We'll talk to be a good sign because to me that means productive things are happening and there is an attempt to show respect for either side to me. Typically when things are going bad. That's when leaks happen and trying to assess blame elsewhere and the fact that we signed onto that come out today. I last night. I think it was a very good thing to seem Nathan involved as well is something. Frankly heartens me. Because he he's from the region but he understands all sides of this issue so I think he really is able to come off as an honest broker in this. If people are expect honestly. I don't expect some grand statement to come out and say everyone stand down and not not because I don't think it should happen just because I think honestly the conversations just started. I suspect the Spectra Jalousie. If things are going well they'll be more talks to come in the very near future but to me I I've been pretty clear on this road all this one of my frustrations on this person. Who's SP- who is fought for indigenous rights his whole professional career and rode the under bill and participated more than a few protests in his day. this has been frustrating for me because because you have seen on both sides groups glomming on to try to push their own agendas. That's not all tapping. I know. Some people are trying to take that point. Blow it up and say well. That's all this is it's not. There's legitimate protest happening here but there are also people pushing their own agendas here. Well whether it'd be Jason Kenney Gr- glomming onto one side or the environmental groups glomming onto the other side. It's happened like that has to be accepted in this and to me. This is where the Rubber GonNa hit the road because to me. I look at the pro. The blockade that was in for example. The ones going on kind of walkie. Now they've been very clear they said when the hereditary chiefs tell. Step down where cool. We'll step down the question. What are the other some of these other protests going to do? Are they going to respect that as well? That's a true sign of if you're really in this for the right reasons or not and I suspect there's some better just frankly are not so that to me is going to be worthy. Robbery starts hit the road. It's interesting you mention that national postal south region that to this morning and in that same poll there was a question of has gotten to our things too. Partisan has gotten to partisan and eighty three percent of the people not pull said yes so to me. I don't think I don't think I think the prime minister is between a rock and a hard place but I don't think other leaders have helped us at all. I think honestly everyone has their has their scarlet letter of shamed wearing this. I've been frustrated with Andrew. Scheer saying trying to direct the RCMP. One Way I've been upset with with drug meet Sane and trying to attract at the other way. I've been upset with these up. Shut for trying to do both at the same time. Somehow I've been upset with with Francois Goal for trying to insinuate their AK forty sevens with an okay. This is like everyone is got. Calmed up. Bleep down people like you do not help us ituen this by throwing crazy rhetoric. And you're starting to start spill out last night on social and this is really starting to have real consequences for people. I've got friends of mine who've received death threats in digital I saw last night. There's a group here in our young a group of young digits leaders here in Ottawa And they usually meet on Fridays. And they're they put had to have to relocate to an undisclosed location because they've received death threats. I think it's just getting to the point where a lot of people are just getting frustrated. And I think that's where this pogos is that they think it's broken because they don't see any progress blah blah blah blah. My point is this. The temperature needs to be brought down frustrated but you have still have those groups on the far fringes. Who are looking at this as an opportunity. We're looking at the chance to vent. Would they believe this is serious stuff? I understand people are frustrated but we really need to bring the temperature back out and starting to come out is the prime minister. Bring that temperature. How does this these talks? Bring that temperature down so that Groups are not feeling threatened and that we can have productive meetings. Well I don't think it's all on the shoulders of the prime minister. I mean it's a complicated issue and my colleagues have raised a couple of things. This is this whole issue has been like a pot on the stove and it's been boiling with a lid on it and the Lisbon rattling right and it was rattling a lot. I would say if the temperature was at nine on my stove. That's what makes things boil. I think we're down to about seven so there's still a summer. There's still some steam coming out but the the lid on the pot has stopped rattling for the moment and I think that is The credit goes to some of our political leaders. It goes to some of our indigenous leaders and it certainly goes to law enforcement by not coming in and by trying to find creative solutions to keep the temperature down on this the challenge with this With the issue is it's actually it's two issues and it's multiple issues it started. Let's remember with with sewage and chiefs of the hereditary chiefs and an internal dispute within the community about a WHO speaks for the community because there are people that support the coastal gasoline the project. They're tired of managing poverty. They WANNA manage prosperity or at least have an opportunity for it and the conflict within their own community with some some of the Teri chiefs. Who aren't happy with the pipeline. We've had pylon as my colleagues have talked about and there have been people There's been political pylon and there has been activists pylon and the pylons happened for a couple of second issue. As I said there's two issues. The second issue is one hundred fifty years of Canada getting it wrong and dealing with our indigenous people some of the pylon legitimate when it comes to that and some of the some of the the I'm not saying the blockades are legitimate. But I'm saying that the solidarity this type solidarity thing that's come. Forward is fine but the pylon from some of the environmental radicals the pylon from just the outright radicals. I'm calling you know there and some of the political won't call them radicals but there's a few arsonist walking around and I'm putting arsonists quotes there's political arsonists and there's some activists arsonist and in Canada. If you protesting legitimately you don't need to wear bandannas on your face to do it. And you shouldn't be checking palettes and lighting them on fire on rail transit so the protests peace and this is where I where. I'm really torn is that. I grew up in a generation where frankly has indigenous youth. You didn't speak out. There was a real sense of hopelessness and people didn't speak oaks. It felt. There's no note rea no reason to do it what I will no more. We saw that start to change. That made me feel good so I can't sit here in be mad at digital for stepping out. I know aren't checking. They're not checking gaslight on nobody. Here's here's the thing. It's a mixed bag. I'M NOT SAYING THERE SOME. That aren't but there are others. That are the point is is that. I can't be upset with that but I think the differences and this is where WH- agree with you and I've said this before during out in the more it felt very I felt very united. Everyone was kinda pushing the same direction. Regardless of where you sit on general issues in the community everyone was kind of pushing the same direction in this case. That's not happening. It's not happening at all. And I think the big thing at the end of the day for me and I thought the line I've been using very very very simple. This is about the rights of indigenous people for us to choose for ourselves. Whatever those choices may be and we don't. We're not asking for you to like the choices we make whether it be for a project against the project but it's our choice to make and what we're asking for you to do support that and the problem is is that what you have is you. Have you have some people either side who are going to support h choice? Some earn of sport in other choice. Not The right to choose and I think that's where we're getting into that's worth next up and that's where the long-term were cast to come right and this is the next thing and moving onto the FM because this is something that the one of the things that prime minister is doing right. And that's busting these back into two issues and enabling indigenous leadership to come to Ottawa and have a place and have an outlet for the reconciliation discuss reconciliation discussions. The other things that are upsetting the rest of the people who are on the line who it's beyond the Pale but kneeled here point on the net. I think what I hope to see happen in. The next few days is wet sweating community members and they don't have to be hereditary chiefs because they're probably not going to be hereditary chiefs but they need to be the majority voices in those communities. Come out and say we support the pipeline..

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:09 min | 7 months ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is national. Native News on Tonia Gonzalez Ontario provincial. Police vehicles officers moved in on a Mohawk blockade adjacent to a railway in Ontario Monday morning after supporters of the wet so ten hereditary chiefs remained in place despite a midnight deadline to clear the area to avoid arrest. Some demonstrators were seen being taken into custody. Dan Carpenter Chuck has more. The midnight deadline came and went in the Mohawks tied. The Naga are showing no signs of dismantling their blockade. The barricades went up more than two weeks ago in solidarity with what to attend hereditary chiefs in British Columbia after police? They're enforced an injunction against the chiefs in their supporters. Who were blocking access to a construction site for a natural gas pipeline? Other rail blockades were set up across the country paralysing rail traffic last week. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for patients in dialogue but by Friday. His tone had changed. He said the barricades must come down. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police offered to pull back from the West attend blockade site but not from their traditional territory. Here's chief of the WADDEN already. We're already at that point beyond right. Now it's more like confusion Mister Trudeau has announced. you know like It's up to us but we're saying right from day one we said. Icmp vacate the area. What's what ten leaders last week? Travel to Ontario and Quebec to first nations their for their solidarity and support and to plan future strategy for National Native News. I'm Dan Carpenter. Tensions came to a head and a long standing dispute between factions of the nation. And upstate New York over the weekend. Local officials are calling on federal authorities to step in Fon golden reports in the early morning hours. Saturday police directed by council leader. Clint half town partly demolished. Eight buildings including a convenience store daycare sugar shack and the cannery. I've been involved in Cuban affairs since I was a teenager. Lena young as a spokeswoman for the faction that operated the buildings they've long disputed half towns leadership so it's been a very long time that I've been able to watch this thing grill and fortunately come to the head that it's come to an exploding such distract away. A public statement from the nation says it was reclaiming the buildings and destroying them to quote eliminate public safety issues and quote county officials called a special meeting Sunday they sent official requests to several federal entities including the US Marshall Service who they want temporarily police the Cubans. I'm pleased to hear that. They have listened to us that. They too also acknowledged. This is a serious threat to not only NATO's community but also the community has large but given the nation's sovereignty. There's not much more. Local officials can do von. Golden National Native News The US House Sub Committee for indigenous peoples of the United States is holding the hearing with the title. Trump's border wall construction destroying sacred sites and erasing tribal culture chairman. Ned Norris Jr. of the tone autumn nation is scheduled to testify at the hearing Wednesday in Washington. Dc Norris publicly called on the trump administration to protect sacred sites at the National Congress of American Indians. Recent winter session in Washington in a video taken at the event by Indians Dot Com. Norris told an Interior Department official. Construction is destroying sacred ground in Arizona and called for it to stop. The tribe is located in Arizona on the US. Mexico border the TACONA Autumn Nation and other tribes say recent construction of the border wall in Arizona has been on sacred land. Federal officials have been invited to testify. At Wednesday's hearing I'm Antonio Gonzalez.

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Police move in on Mohawk rail blockade. Cayuga Nation leadership dispute sparks demolition in NY. Border Wall Construction Destroying Sacred Native American Burial Grounds.

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 7 months ago

Police move in on Mohawk rail blockade. Cayuga Nation leadership dispute sparks demolition in NY. Border Wall Construction Destroying Sacred Native American Burial Grounds.

"This is national. Native News on Tonia Gonzalez Ontario provincial. Police vehicles officers moved in on a Mohawk blockade adjacent to a railway in Ontario Monday morning after supporters of the wet so ten hereditary chiefs remained in place despite a midnight deadline to clear the area to avoid arrest. Some demonstrators were seen being taken into custody. Dan Carpenter Chuck has more. The midnight deadline came and went in the Mohawks tied. The Naga are showing no signs of dismantling their blockade. The barricades went up more than two weeks ago in solidarity with what to attend hereditary chiefs in British Columbia after police? They're enforced an injunction against the chiefs in their supporters. Who were blocking access to a construction site for a natural gas pipeline? Other rail blockades were set up across the country paralysing rail traffic last week. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for patients in dialogue but by Friday. His tone had changed. He said the barricades must come down. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police offered to pull back from the West attend blockade site but not from their traditional territory. Here's chief of the WADDEN already. We're already at that point beyond right. Now it's more like confusion Mister Trudeau has announced. you know like It's up to us but we're saying right from day one we said. Icmp vacate the area. What's what ten leaders last week? Travel to Ontario and Quebec to first nations their for their solidarity and support and to plan future strategy for National Native News. I'm Dan Carpenter. Tensions came to a head and a long standing dispute between factions of the nation. And upstate New York over the weekend. Local officials are calling on federal authorities to step in Fon golden reports in the early morning hours. Saturday police directed by council leader. Clint half town partly demolished. Eight buildings including a convenience store daycare sugar shack and the cannery. I've been involved in Cuban affairs since I was a teenager. Lena young as a spokeswoman for the faction that operated the buildings they've long disputed half towns leadership so it's been a very long time that I've been able to watch this thing grill and fortunately come to the head that it's come to an exploding such distract away. A public statement from the nation says it was reclaiming the buildings and destroying them to quote eliminate public safety issues and quote county officials called a special meeting Sunday they sent official requests to several federal entities including the US Marshall Service who they want temporarily police the Cubans. I'm pleased to hear that. They have listened to us that. They too also acknowledged. This is a serious threat to not only NATO's community but also the community has large but given the nation's sovereignty. There's not much more. Local officials can do von. Golden National Native News The US House Sub Committee for indigenous peoples of the United States is holding the hearing with the title. Trump's border wall construction destroying sacred sites and erasing tribal culture chairman. Ned Norris Jr. of the tone autumn nation is scheduled to testify at the hearing Wednesday in Washington. Dc Norris publicly called on the trump administration to protect sacred sites at the National Congress of American Indians. Recent winter session in Washington in a video taken at the event by Indians Dot Com. Norris told an Interior Department official. Construction is destroying sacred ground in Arizona and called for it to stop. The tribe is located in Arizona on the US. Mexico border the TACONA Autumn Nation and other tribes say recent construction of the border wall in Arizona has been on sacred land. Federal officials have been invited to testify. At Wednesday's hearing I'm Antonio

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy

What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy

10:50 min | 8 months ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy

"Take this and go into the House of Commons. We got everyone coming back on Monday. What did the Conservatives now need to do with all that's going on with the leadership race and folk turn to the focus in the House of Commons leaning to fulfil their role as the official opposition Mister Trudeau Trudeau has set out today. a guiding light of whatever he's talked about it yesterday compromise and consultation and sunshine China blue skies. I think it was a wash. Rinse repeat of his two thousand fifteen caucus Message before the house comes. Got Back to work after the last election It'll it'll it'll remain to be seen whether he actually follows through on that Make sure that Piece of legislation or piece of policy. Also that are trying to be put through the comments that the Conservatives may have legitimate gripes against that they hold it up with every tool in the in the opposition toolbox box in a in a minority parliament and And get through really truly. Just get through to the end of June when a new leader emerges Don't don't don't break anything. Don't break anything. You breakage. Bought it true that Jeff. So we have the leadership race with the Conservatives Neal's neal's At vices to just stay the course until June twenty-seventh what do the liberals now have to do as government Coming into this Correct that's a good rule to follow for all all government activity. I guess so coming into this week so it's back to school season And I think members from all caucuses got a little taste of things in December but I would just call that a little taste of things that was a a flash in the PAN for a a couple of days. Everybody was still very fresh off the election. So now we're into the real now we're into the real school year And so a couple of things one they we have a throne speech at Sylvia's be passed. That confidence vote. We all seem to sort of forgotten about it but we'll be I believe probably priority number one. They have to finish debate on that before they can move on much else And I think it just begs the question. We all have a presumed outcome The block of made their friendly noises But that was also almost two months ago and so I'm just curious to see whether that debate takes a weird turn Or whether it just continues and finishes as expected so people can get on other issues. The legislative docket is not going to be happy. Can't be happy for for reasons. I think our listeners understand which is if you put a bill on the table you lose control of it so you better have your ducks in a row in terms of WHO's going to support it or you're pretty darn close with some amendments that you might make once it's on the table but you need to know that a bill isn't just going to take on a life of its own and then pass it a form that you don't like as the government because it it got hijacked by other people's interests So legislatively. You'RE GONNA see very few which means house won't have a whole lot of debate. I don't think actually I think they're going to be quite thin on those things. I'm curious whether there'll be more recesses and stuff which people might actually get behind wind because the other thing. That minority parliament does put butts in seats and And just you know our listeners. Speaking from some experience and working in the in the beginning minority thirty years and then -tario serving cabinet ministers in those capacities. I had a boss WHO's ministerial office was five blocks away from Queens Park and that he didn't set foot in Senate for a year and a half except after seven PM. Because we simply could not do a stakeholder meeting we couldn't do we can sign. Correspondence couldn't brief the minister on on subjects. Unless it was coffee shop nearby that you guys could meet. It was in the lot it was in the line of the legislature Or if we were lucky and I know West blocks is a little short on these things that meeting room nearby so members and ministers are going to have to get a new way of operating that they may not be used to after a term my majority government. I think that applies opposition members as well because they got to be in the seats to and for ministers. It's a little bit more difficult because ministers have obviously additional duties in a regular member And when you're in a minority and you need to make sure that the all this is coming from a place where you can't have any websites you can't lose emotion. You can't have a bill. Bill voted down at bare minimum. It's just embarrassing. And you'll be you'll be criticized rightly for it for days or weeks to come absolutely so so you can't make that mistake because I mistaken either just embarrassing best-case scenario worst-case scenario can drop the government I think that's where the conservatives coming and trying to make sure that they're disciplined enough to actually actually accidentally caused the fall of the government. Same for the new Democrats or anybody else for that matter but this is a numbers game at the end of the day. It means that there will always have to be you just one more liberal member within fifty meters of the Chamber at any given time than there are opposition someone who watches it at allow me to figure out a WHO's who in the House of Commons because we'll see a lot more cam. I WANNA get your take. What is the new Democrats have to do coming in? Starting Monday I visited Democrats. It's one one of the big things it's going to be cutting through the din right now because being the fourth party it's trying to make. How do you stand out in the agenda because obviously the the conservative leadership race taking up a lot of the debate a lot of the area now in the room Nafta two point will become four. Parliamentary government's said they're going to do the ways and means motion on Monday in Jerusalem. The bill on Wednesday so that'll be relatively consequential in that. Debate comes forward. So what do you do to try to cut through and still try to advance your goals and we've got a good clue that yesterday The MVP DP announced they're going to be bringing forward a bill on national farm Macaire renounced stats going. Outside doesn't matter the point is that you're putting you're putting it on the agenda and they have a private member's spot in the first fifteen it'll come up right away and that will that will help push the trial would get their way through this. I think what's going to be interesting for them. How Oh you stay disciplined your own message what you WanNa do not get caught up when everything also tap? I think that's one of the hard things in a minority because things do just go sideways some things do get out of hand and it just part of the nature of the beast and I think Jeff's point about counting counting heads and making sure people butts in seats. I personally what I expect to see happen. I expect the government to be more aggressive at this point because they know they've got six months where the Conservatives are really gonNA wait not to bring down the government. We saw this with Mr Match. He became leader of in the last minority. Where the the Liberals put for this beautiful approach of we're GonNa vote against you just not enough butts in the seats to actually take you down? And and that spawned one of the greatest peace political satire in in history in my view of Rick Mercer bringing full Baptist choir singing back debt backing down and loving it. It was but that's what it was like. We're going to oppose you but not so far as to risk ourselves and when you tell the butts and seats piece that also one of my favorite moments in the house Back in two thousand nine One day one day in a house we notice that the Liberals had very few members actually in the House so pat Martin at the time raised raised up in the house and moved a motion to formally make Jack late and literally official opposition for the day and it nearly passed because the liberals were sent scrambling back into the room to stop it right but the fact is stuff like this can happen now as you kinda have to be on your toes and be well organized and yeah. If if you're if you're in DP and your position you have more power in that sense but you have to be dishes and how you use it. Yeah and some silly fun too. Who I think is what your example just highlights there will be those those silly fun moments and there will be the We're actually trying to put you over Put you over on something that you don't want to talk for both Mr Mr Blanchette it's continuing the momentum that they got in the in the election You know if we you can cast our minds back to the end of August. People were predicting the end EP. Getting zero seats and through the sheer power of Mr Personality which nobody had seen up until the election. Actually I don't think we'd see during the leadership but disappeared shortly thereafter. He whether he brought the party back from the brink of destruction. Or Not that I that I. That's probably too strong a phrase but again Mr Blanchette as well he You know the Bloc Quebecois always essentially gone and through a variety of whatever reasons as a some of it being his personality They became the third party and And for the Liberals going into this next Next section of this parliament arledge. He's caucus management It's been Eight years majority for for the Conservatives for for the Liberals There's a certain Lackadaisical equalness if I can say that of worrying about the what goes on in the House of Commons and what goes on your own caucus when there's a majority and there's no real fear of of losing anything anything Getting new MP's and new ministers accustomed and all the MP's and the minister oldness sorry experienced in peace and experienced ministers there's back into the mindset of every day counts. When you wake up in the morning you have to have your head on and and come to the House of Commons because there is the work work of governing to do which is maintaining an Blah with block? I think we need to keep very conscious. wiki pointed them as a wildcard. This whole setup. What they're gonNA do legislatively is going to be for me is going to be fascinating because naturally with to make someone who would oppose this Nafta bill coming up yet? Francois go formula goes where he said. Don't don't you dare you back off right and see so. They've always taken the approach while we follow the National Assembly. Well if the national do the buck the trend here do they. Not I think this to me is a real wild card. This whole thing which really is going to make it interesting to see how this how this parliament actually survives I was involved in a podcast yesterday with Another partisan group and the serve on the panel said. He was putting money on the next election. Being made you you know what was the block and how they operate I can see it because they're the ones who least want to go to an election have the the most to lose because they have the lease organization lease ability and frankly they're happy where they are and they have most wiggle room to actually make it happen because they the there are so many me thinks they can vote on that are very inconsequential to their voters. Just have to see. I'm looking forward to the mall coming back. I'm actually looking forward to hearing from all again. 'cause it's been quiet Royat. I mean just seeing the prime minister out and all that kind of stuff. So it'll be nice to see sheer in saying and launched in May everyone back in the House of Commons so that'll be exciting and learning all the new. MP's on a permanent basis..

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ready to go I'm ready but I'm nervous don't be nervous here's your first quote let this begin where our founders began in seventeen seventy six that was Nancy Pelosi on Thursday not writing her essay for AP history but instead announcing the house of representatives was going to do what they were going to vote to impeach the president you months they're gonna write articles of impeachment but close enough they're going to impeach him very good on on Thursday Nancy Pelosi formally announced the house would be drawing up articles of impeachment against the president which is one pundit actually put it guarantees the president is going to have a place in the history books you know because before yes history books just would have read all yeah from twenty sixteen to twenty twenty nothing much happened it was chill ms hello she was very solemn but her announcement of this momentous event was kind of flat I thought it strange to be a bad speaker when it is literally the name of your job but then she was walking off stage maybe this and somebody said you had the president and she got really angry action movie mode was a midlife she's turned back and went back to the podium and she laid this guy low she said that that as a Catholic she doesn't hate anyone on quote because the Catholic Church of course is now is traditionally very loving to a fault where he was deemed yeah but face almost moved to you guys if you guys agree with me that you thought that her her announcement as many of her sprit scripted announcements tend to be was not that great well it couldn't be at this point because I think everybody was like we didn't we already determined this yeah yeah it was he's an eight of game of thrones you're either watching at this point you're not that you're on forty or not it's like so it's like a car plummeting off a cliff in halfway down somebody says I would like to announce we're going to be striking out it was probably in the in more interesting than the hearing the day before that was one four law professors testified before the Judiciary Committee that's a great way to grab the nation's attention and law professors that's why chairman Jerry now this first question was is this going to be on the exam your next quote is from Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau you just watch his team's jaws dropped to the floor no that was Mister Trudeau speaking when he was caught on camera gossiping with other world leaders making fun of whom maybe trump yes ma'am yes.

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ready to go I'm ready but I'm nervous don't be nervous here's your first quote let us begin where our founders began in seventeen seventy six that was Nancy Pelosi on Thursday not writing her essay for AP history but instead announcing the house of representatives was going to do what they were going to vote to impeach the president you months they're gonna write articles of impeachment but close enough they're going to impeach him very good on on Thursday Nancy Pelosi formally announced the house would be drawing up articles of impeachment against the president which is one pundit actually put it guarantees the president is going to have a place in the history books you know because before yes history books just would have read all yeah from twenty sixteen to twenty twenty nothing much happened it was chill ms hello she was very solemn but her announcement of this momentous event was kind of flat I thought it strange to be a bad speaker when it is literally the name of your job but then she was walking on stage member this own somebody said you hate the president and she got really angry it was an action movie mode was a relaxing she's turned back and went back to the podium and she laid this guy low she said that that as a Catholic she doesn't hate anyone on quote because the Catholic Church of course is now is provisionally very loving to a fault where he was deemed yeah but face almost moved to you guys if you guys agree with me that you thought that her her announcement as many of her spread scripted announcements tend to be was not that great well it couldn't be at this point because I think everybody was like we didn't we already determined this yeah like what he's in eight of game of thrones you're either watching at this point you're not that's true here on forty or not it's like so it's like a car plummeting off a cliff in halfway down somebody says I would like to announce we're going to be striking out it was probably in the in more interesting than the hearing the day before that was one four law professors testified before the Judiciary Committee that's a great way to grab the nation's attention law professors that's why chairman Jerry now this first question was is this going to be on the exam your next quote is from Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau you just watch his team's jaws dropped to the floor now that was Mister Trudeau speaking when he was caught on camera gossiping with other world leaders making fun of whom maybe trump yes maybe trump earned.

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

04:19 min | 10 months ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Or on iTunes by the way I just want to mention in the last hour I told you that CNN was reporting that the impeachment vote in the full house could come as soon as next week now CNN sources saying it would be in two weeks what Democrats considering articles of impeachment on abuse of power bribery and obstruction of justice bribery I die just die right I mean go for it as I predicted last hour I think it's pretty clear how this is all going to go the train has left the station and has several stops along the way the ultimate destination being acquittal by a comfortable margin in the Senate and everything else between here and there will be drama and shouting but I don't think it'll change the outcome speaking of drama and shouting quite quite a confrontation at a Joe Biden event today in Iowa will play some of that audio but first I want to get to another Biden related sound bite it is a new ad that he has produced his team has produced I think it's a pretty effective at at least in the democratic primary it's going after president trump saying the world's laughing at us and it features and this is where I actually have some doubts about the effectiveness of the added in a general election setting although that that's not what binds trying to do right now we trying to win the nomination they drew heavily on the video that you may have seen we didn't have time to get to it yesterday but at NATO in the meetings in London there was this cocktail party I believe at Buckingham Palace and cameras captured sort of from afar a number of world leaders started gossiping about president trump taking the lead was Justin Trudeau the prime minister of Canada trump later called two faced he could have maybe added literally because we know Mister Trudeau apparently has a a strong penchant for a black face that's something he did on multiple occasions including as an adult in any case he was the one who was like the lead marker and then and then your microphone from France got in on the action Boris Johnson was just sort of standing there sipping a drink relatively quietly but they were they were laughing their sort of yeah I can get up about how trumpet done a very long press conference and that's why they were late and Judeo Trudeau was saying on trump's you shoulda seen his staff his team was just slack jawed they they couldn't believe what he was saying or whatever and they were having a chuckle I mean if you don't like to see foreign leaders laughing at the president right that's not something that now is great but also I saw Carol marquis who's a columnist at the New York Post she made a good point on Twitter about this so these foreign leaders are making fun of trump because he made them late to a cocktail party because he was taking questions from the press I'm just not sure like that that's the attack yeah I know I look at this look at this blue but Donald Trump taking questions from a free press as leader of the free world that's why I relate to this super important cocktail party yeah right I think trump is but I think he'll take that there's an obvious retort to that also which is yeah I don't care if the is fancy pants elitists in Canada in Paris are making fun of me I'm fighting for and getting results for you the American people right there is the global testing that the bush campaign really hammer John Kerry on where he kept talking about a lot of deference to other countries John Kerry by the way endorsing Joe Biden today if you miss that anyway here's the ad pretty hard hitting cut twenty four from the fighting campaign on camera glass.

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on KCBS All News

"His Liberal Party also winning the most seats in parliament but without a majority which means it'll still need the help of smaller opposition groups to form a government for more on these results we turn to the KCBS ring central news line to talk with Amanda Collette a freelance reporter covering the elections for the Washington post thanks for joining us Amanda there was some question as to whether or not to Mister Trudeau might hold on to his job yes yes there was online the evas the election of most as the opinion polls are showing that the conservatives and the liberals were in a dead heat and depending on which poll you look that it was kind of a choose your own adventure somewhere saying that the liberals might eke out a small mite a small when and still end up with the minority while others were predicting that the conservatives would win the main minority government and that would have been a major blow for prime minister Trudeau most prime ministers who are elected in Canada with the majority on their first term are never booted from office on their second term it would we would have to go back to nineteen thirty five to find a scenario where that happened before the end of the prime minister went through this I don't know if it's strong enough if they've with some powerful enough to call the scandal but he had this issue where he appeared in a number of pictures wearing black face how much was that discussed during the election in the immediate aftermath of the emergence of the videos and as of or the video and the photos it was definitely this fast and in the polling you can see a small sort of dip in support for the liberals fan but after a few days it seemed to recover speaking to voters you know there are some who were completely put off by it and said that they would vote for other parties or they just wouldn't vote at all but a lot of voters that I spoke to said at that stage of chalk said up to S. sort of youthful indiscretion even though the prime minister was almost thirty in one of those photos but they sort of said you know people make mistakes when they're young and they wanted to judge him based on his actions and sort of rhetoric as a as a prime minister he also managed to get his cabinet rallied behind him and he made a point as swearing in a sort of diverse cabinet and to sort of see those ministers who might have been offended I sort of rally behind him I think may have helped as well Amanda a early this morning president trump congratulated Trudeau for what he called a wonderful and hard fought victory he says Canada is well served and look forward to working with a Mister Trudeau for the betterment of both our countries as Mr trump believed in Canada is he taken sincerely there and here is probably here as one of the most unpopular American presidents in Canada in fact in the opening days of the campaign a lot of the candidates were trying to smear Trudeau's main rival the Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer by comparing him to Donald Trump so I think Canadians realize that the United States it is one of our closest allies it's a major trading partner and the new prime minister no matter who here she is we'll have to work with with him but he he is definitely a polarizing figure and and not very well liked whereas the president Obama who endorse Trudeau last week and that was sort of seen as perhaps giving to tell a bit of a left because he was one of the most of that popular presidents and when he visited Canada shortly before he was out of office he's gotten a bipartisan support in parliament and lawmakers chanting four more years four more years Amanda thank you for joining us Amanda Collette a freelance reporter covering the elections in Canada.

Obama endorses Canada's Trudeau for re-election

BBC World Service

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Obama endorses Canada's Trudeau for re-election

"The former US president Barack Obama has urged Canadians to reelect prime minister Justin Trudeau in a tweet backing that Mister Trudeau will welcome as he faces a tough battle in the general election next week the campaign has been dominated my policies but by a series of scandals the BBC's Persian Gulf and has been looking at the impact these scandals of hat on political discourse in Canada twenty nineteen has been the year of the scandal in Canadian politics prime minister Justin Trudeau violated the conflict of interest act when he tried to convince his former Attorney General to help SNC Lavalin avoid a criminal trial photo of Justin Trudeau dressed as a Latin in brown face separate instances have emerged showing Trudeau in black face every sure never actually was an insurance program despite the fact that I've got his biography here this is officially said before entered public life and to work in the private sector as an insurance roping a fourteen year old video of conservative leader Andrew here arguing against gay marriage will help convince voters in the run up to Canada's general election on the twenty first of October news coverage social media and political debate have all been dominated by a series of revelations about party leaders and back benchers alike the popularity of prime minister Justin Trudeau took a serious hit this year when Canada's ethics commissioner ruled that he tried to improperly influence the legal strategy of his Attorney General that seem to kick start a race particularly between Mr Trudeau's liberals and his main rivals in interest yours Conservative Party both sides have attacked each other for failing to expel backbench candidates who tweeted racist or sexist messages in years past one prospective Tory MP has been criticized for a friendship with a far right online media personality accused of being a white supremacist the problem is that instead of supplementing the political policy discussion the focus on muckraking has all too often replaced it here's how Andrew Scheer responded in a televised debate when asked about protecting Canada's interest on a global stage of course I will always stand up for Canada and defend our interests all around the world but Justin Trudeau only pretends to stand up for Canada you know he's very good at pretending things he can't even remember how many times he put black face on it's a noticeable change from the last Canadian election in twenty fifteen when issues like the environment the economy refugee resettlement and the well being of indigenous communities struggling with health care infrastructure and safety took center stage Daniel Rubinstein is an associate professor at Ryerson university in Toronto where he researchers political campaigns and communication definitely I think that the important stuff gets left behind there's not been that much talk about ideas and policy and where the country's going and these kind of big things that we ought to perhaps be interested in and in particular issues of you know indigenous rights and governance and so on sadly I don't think I've ever really got as much attention as they should and even less so when campaigns are driven by things that are not policy related at all the race to rid of damaging details from candidates pass has also led to misinformation earlier this month the Conservative Party issued an official press release demanding to know why Justin Trudeau left his job as a high school teacher several years ago it appeared to be a reference to a widely debunked internet conspiracy theory that suggests Mr Trudeau was sacked because of some severe misconduct it's hard to predict how these various transgressions will influence Monday's vote but there can be little doubt that Canada's politicians have found a new way to tear each other down that report was by peace at girlfriend and you can hear more of pieces series on the Canadian election in the coming days here on the BBC world

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"This happened many years ago and that we should a off Mister Trudeau and that he's grown since and these issues apologies and there's others who believe that this is in all cases raises questions about is he really the man that he professes to be out in the public the problem for Mr Trudeau's that earlier scandal he faced this year also on on your mind eighteen a narrative he tried to build that he was going to be the leader of an ethical government that gave women more say in governing and unfortunately with the scandal that involved a company called us and see live alone what happened worry about allegations that he and his aides tried to pressure of the former Attorney General to intervene in the criminal prosecution prosecution cheers she since last time was expelled from the party and Mr Trudeau's popularity sank a bit hello at the time he sort of call back in the polls and is now in a dead heat with his main conservative rival but now this. these blackface images could throw everything for a loop and I guess the question are the apologies enough he did so yesterday again today with reporters and two Canadian voters but is it resonating among the electorate. I think we're going to get a sense about the next. five days or so you know we we know that Mister Trudeau also held a conference call today with all the little party candidates in which in which he issued his deep regret and apologized it seems like the party is rallying behind them although it could be argued that they don't have. much of a choice with the election a month away I think it will wear this court. work on the margins is in certain is in certain parts of the country where there's large usable minority populations and another group with this with this might resonate his younger voters and Mr Trudeau is believed needs. support from younger voters to stay in power and if this turns the malls it's not clear whether Mister Trudeau can count on the building on October twenty first and right now we know of a handful of photos what we don't know is if there are more correct. that's correct and Mr Trudeau today was our point blank are. there any more the images that we should know about or coming and he said he did not want to be definitive about so that is an open question and the reason all this is now kind of important is that the liberals in the early stages of this campaign had some success. making the conservatives look bad by releasing information about some of their candidates that pointed to intolerance whether it be of not respecting a woman's right to abortion or or their views on gay rights now using the gist of Mister Trudeau sort of. Nutro at the very least neutralize satin tie around strategy the liberals have. more details at the WSJ dot com all the error he is joining us from Ottawa we thank you for being with us. thank you very kindly. on our podcast of the weekly Ryan house who's the Brookings Institution trying to director talks to us about trade between Washington and Beijing as the talks continue we also take an in depth look at how relations have involved have evolved between our two countries from president Nixon's breakthrough back in nineteen seventy two the Tiananmen Square during the George H. W. bush administration and more recently the protests in Hong Kong. well the issue that president trump spends most time focusing on when he talks about China is the trade balance the fact that China runs a trade surplus with United States and more broadly that there is a unfair trading relationship between United States and China what what he really is focusing on is the fact that China's state owned enterprises have privileged positions in China's economy China has lacks protection of intellectual property there are requirements for American companies to transfer technology as a condition of entry into the Chinese market and China uses industrial policies to advance its own companies at the expense of American competitors and so president trump is used terraces his tool of choice to try to pressure China to moderate and alter some of its economic presses and you have written extensively about this I want to share with our listeners part of what you've written is available online at Brookings dot EDU you quote U. S. China strategic competition will be a critical lens through which to view the relationship in the coming years but it cannot be the only one yes there are what I'm really trying to argue there is that's a relationship of unvarnished confrontation between and states in China is not likely to increase United States ability to influence how China identifies a pursues its interest and it will deprive the United States of the ability to work with China in areas where we do share interests such as on dealing with the effects of climate change. moreover a policy of unvarnished confrontation with China is not a policy that supported by any of our friends our allies anywhere in the world and my concern is that by going down this path it will be more a source of isolation then of influence for the United States an in depth look at China and the ongoing trade talks between Washington and Beijing it's.

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Brownface, blackface photos cause scandal for Trudeau

This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Brownface, blackface photos cause scandal for Trudeau

"Less than five weeks before an election Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau is apologizing for wearing brown face make up in two thousand one after an embarrassing picture emerged time magazine released the image which shows a twenty nine year old Mister Trudeau with his face in dark make up he often speaks about the need to fight rate racial discrimination he also was throbbing administers of Indian descent in his cabinet Mr Trudeau says he dressed up in on a Latin costume and put make up on says he shouldn't have done it it was

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The year gala the theme was Arabian nights. dressed up in a lab in costume. and put make up on. time says the image was provided by a Vancouver businessman earlier this month the picture is from a yearbook at a private school where Mister Trudeau worked at the time the picture shows him wearing a turban and a white robe with his face covered in dark make up donning dark make up given its ties to slavery is especially sensitive in the US in February you'll recall Virginia governor Ralph north resisted calls to step down over a racist photo in his medical school yearbook. the white house's revoking California's authority to set strict fuel economy standards president trump announced the move yesterday saying the decision was made to reduce car prices California's authority to set its own emission standards tougher than the federal government's goes back to a waiver issued by Congress during passage of the clean air act back in nineteen seventy the trump administration decision now revokes that waiver California Attorney General hobby year but Serra said the administration's action will hurt both US automakers and American families he said California would fight the administration federal court would love to see them but this the facts in the science together and that's perhaps why they taken so long to issue something they've been saying forever that they were going to do is they can't find a way to square the facts in the science to what you're trying to do California has long pushed automakers to adopt a more fuel efficient passenger vehicles that emit less pollution a dozen states and the district of Columbia also follow California's fuel economy standards eleven minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news..

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on WWL

"End of the year gala the theme was Arabian nights. dressed up in a lab in costume. and put makeup on. time says the image was provided by a Vancouver businessman earlier this month the picture is from a yearbook at a private school where Mister Trudeau worked at the time the picture shows him wearing a turban and a white robe with his face covered in dark make up donning dark make up given its ties to slavery is especially sensitive in the US in February you'll recall Virginia governor Ralph Northam resisted calls to step down over a racist photo in his medical school yearbook. the white house's revoking California's authority to set strict fuel economy standards president trump announced the move yesterday saying the decision was made to reduce car prices California's authority to set its own emission standards tougher than the federal government's goes back to a waiver issued by Congress during passage of the clean air act back in nineteen seventy the trump administration decision not revokes that waiver California Attorney General hobby year but Serra said the administration's action will hurt both US automakers and American families he said California would fight the administration federal court we'd love to see them put this the facts in the science together and that's perhaps why they taken so long to issue something they've been saying forever that they were going to do is they can't find a way to square the facts in the science to what you're trying to do California has long pushed automakers to adopt a more fuel efficient passenger vehicles that you met less pollution a dozen states and the district of Columbia also follow California's fuel economy standards eleven minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news..

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"It appears that prime minister trudeau will not be ordering an investigation into himself the prime minister was in toronto today for his first meeting with toronto's new premier doug ford but a series of questions afterwards were about an interaction eighteen years ago at the time is trudeau was a young teacher with a powerful name and he appeared at a music festival near creston bc afterwards editorial came out in the creston advance it accused mister trudeau of quote inappropriately handling a young female reporter he gave an interview to and asked whether the future prime minister had failed to learn that quote groping a strange young woman isn't in the handbook of proper etiquette unquote until now mr trudeau has insisted that he didn't remember any quote negative interactions that day but today mr trudeau was asked whether in keeping with his policy of zero tolerance for sexual misconduct he would call an independent investigation obviously this is a situation that has been very much on my mind over the past few weeks it's a issue that i have been deeply engaged with not just as a leader but all my life since since my early twenties in university active on issues around sexual assault and and behaviors i've been reflecting very carefully on what i remember from that incident almost twenty years ago and again i am i feel i'm confident that i did not act in appropriately but part of this awakening that we're having as a society longawaited realization is that it's not just one side of the story that matters that the same interactions could be experienced very differently from one person to the next and i am not going to speak for the the woman question i would never presume to speak for her but i know that there is an awful lot of reflection to be had as we move forward as the society on how people perceive different interactions like i said i do not feel that i acted inappropriately in any way but i respect the fact that someone else might have experienced that differently and this is part of the reflections that we have to go through was what independent about today shen if there are what's that you apologize again i've been reflecting on the actual interaction and if i apologize later than it would be because i sense that she was not entirely comfortable with the interaction we had like i said i been working very hard to try and piece it together and and even when the original editorial came out i was fairly confident very confident that i hadn't acted in a way that i felt was in any way inappropriate but like i said part of the lesson that we all have to learn through this is a respecting that this fame interactions can be felt very differently by different people going through them and we have to respect that and that's exactly what we're having to come to grips with as a society certainly something i'm continuing to reflect here i apologized in the moment i certainly feel that that if again i don't want to speak for her i don't want to presume how she feels now i haven't reached out to her no one on my team has has reached out to her we don't think that would be appropriate at all i'm responsible for my side of the interaction which certainly as i said i don't feel was in any way onto ward but at the same time this lesson that we are learning in be blunt about it often a man experiences interaction as being benign or not inappropriate and woman particularly in a professional context can experience differently and we have to respect that reflect on it was prime minister trudeau speaking to reporters in toronto earlier today and.

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"For the inland empire one zero to the high desert and eightyfive for the mountains friday temperatures will go up about two degrees on saturday we'd go up another two degrees that'd be one of the warmest days with mid seventies along the coast mid eighties for the basin midnineties for the valleys inland empire continue with triple digits for the high desert southern california's most accurate and dependable forecast i'm cbs to meteorologist craig herrera knx ten seventy newsradio eighty two in studio city at sixty nine in santa monica seventy eight degrees in anaheim to seventeen on knx the land of the maple leaf will soon welcome the marijuana leaf prime minister justin trudeau says marijuana will be league throughout canada beginning october seventeenth the canadian senate giving the final passage to the prime minister's bill yesterday mister trudeau says he hopes that legalizing pot will draw money away from organized crime and better protect canada's young people nevada could be about to execute its first prisoner in twelve years judge signed an inmates death warrants with the executions take place by the week of july ninth but there are still lingering questions about never use lethal injection drug protocol includes fenton all powerful opioid painkiller and a paralyzing drug attorneys challenging the execution say could mask signs of pain and suffering for years families in a british city complained that their elderly relatives were being killed off at a local hospital now independent investigation concludes they may have been right they were frail and elderly when they entered the gosport law memorial hospital but not necessarily dying and yet they died effectively drug to death by staff often over the protests of relatives nap britain's health secretary has confirmed two british lawmakers lives of over four hundred fifty patients was shortens by clinically inappropriate use of opioid analgesics independent investigators who uncovered what they call institutional abuse at the hospital have no power to prosecute but they're having their report over to british officials and to the police vicki barker cbs news london metro is claiming success for its year long drive.

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Snaked its way through the city to the saint regis hotel where the north korean leader is staying hundreds of onlookers and journalists crowded along the route to get a glimpse of the convoy singapore is under tight security with its airspace restricted from now until after the summit before taking off for singapore president trump described the meeting as a mission of peace and said he would know within the first minute whether kim was truly willing to denuclearize elise hugh npr news singapore the g seven summit in canada ended in acrimony after president trump withdrew his endorsement of the final joint communicate within minutes of its publication and attacked his canadian host the bbc's james robinson reports of trump tweeted from air force one accusing justin trudeau of dishonesty and weakness the apparent consensus was announced by the g seven summit host canadian prime minister justin trudeau he said he was happy with the outcome but mr trudeau also said canada would go ahead with retire palliate tree measures next month in response to the terrorist the americans had unjustly applied canadians he said we're polite we are reasonable but we also will not be pushed around mr trudeau called the tariffs insulting that infuriated donald trump in a series of tweets from at force one he accused mister trudeau of making false statements to the bbc's james robbins reporting university of southern california students and alumni protested on campus this weekend aiming to keep attention on.

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Own correspondent with me pascal hotter after this bulletin hello jerry smith with the bbc news the north korean leader kim jong un has arrived in singapore for his much anticipated meeting with president trump it will be the first ever meeting between a sitting us president and the leader of north korea mr trump said he'd know within a minute whether something would come of the encounter calling it a one time shot of peace laura rebecca reports the north korean leader was welcomed by singapore's foreign minister before his convoy meet its way into the city hundreds of people gathered outside the hotel in the hope of catching a glimpse of the usually reclusive kim jong in as limousine went past parts of the island are closed off for the summit and security is incredibly tight in an operation which has cost fifteen million us dollars donald trump is on richard singapore described the meeting as a mission of peace but he admitted that the two leaders were in unknown territory bill oh both of a day to prepare before going head to head at the luxury resort of capella on tuesday morning the g seven summit in canada has ended in acrimony news division after president trump withdrew his endorsement to the final joint communicate within minutes of his publication and attacked his canadian host earlier mr trudeau said canada would retaliate against us tariffs james robbins reports mr trudeau called the tariffs insulting that infuriated donald trump in a series of tweets from efforts one he accused mister trudeau of making false statements very dishonest and he said the president said he didn't to american officials not to endorse the communique it never looked as if agreement could end the increasingly bitter trade dispute but the agreement did have the potential to restore some calm not anymore china's leaders xi jinping has said the world should reject selfish and shortsighted economic policies and uphold world trade organization rules knocked for the first time busy she won't have growing protectionism and a backlash against globalization the man who was asked to kill the.

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"World service still to come to expert voices on events at the g seven summit one who witnessed the toolbox one who studies international trade plus the controversy over brazil's abortion laws and why women might be the future of islam that's all here on weekend with me julia morgan now a summary of world news bbc news jerry smith the g seven summit in quebec has ended in disarray after president trump withdrew his backing for the final communique in a tweet he accused the canadian prime minister justin trudeau of making false statements and caught him dishonest for labeling us import tariffs insulting at a news conference mister trudeau insisted he'd said nothing new mr trump is now heading to singapore for what's his described as a mission of peace with the north korean leader kim jong un mr came is also reported to be on his way along with his top aides and security guards the man who was asked to murder the russian journalists are cardi benching in kiev last month has defended his role in the subsequent fates murder he said he had informed ukraine security services the moment he was approached the largest actors union in the united states says it's reached an agreement with the fall major us television networks limiting auditions hotel rooms or private homes the agreement about the use of the socalled casting couch follows accusations of sexual misconduct and abuse in hollywood demonstrators have clashed with police in several cities in vietnam and there are reports of a number of arrests the protests were against plans for the creation of three special economic zones in the south china sea where they're now has competing claims with china the swiss voting in a referendum today on proposals to regulate online gambling the new law would only permit online gambling on licensed sides run by swiss casinos on lotteries the swiss will also have their say on a new banking law hundreds of people in guatemala have taken part in a demonstration to demand that president jimmy morales and other senior officials resigned what they say was the poll response of the authorities after last week's volcanic eruption one hundred ten people have been confirmed dead about two hundred are missing bbc news you're listening to the bbc world service i'm jillian moroco with weekend mighty guest this morning the.

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Plus the ukrainian asked to kill a russian i finished my soup called a taxi and wants to kill by chengkuo well that's all coming up here on this edition of weekend i the world news i'm stewart macintosh with the bbc news hello the g seven summit in quebec has ended in disarray after president trump retracted his endorsement of the final communique mr trump tweeted to say he was reacting to comments made by the canadian prime minister his james robbins this is an astonishing reversal by president trump i he reluctantly agreed to accept a joint closing statement on trade negotiated word by word the apparent consensus was announced by the g seven summit host the canadian prime minister justin trudeau he said he was happy with the outcome but mr true also said canada would go ahead with retaliatory measures next month in response to the terrorist the americans had unjustly applied canadians he said we're polite we are reasonable but we also will not be pushed around mr trudeau called the tariffs insulting that infuriated donald trump in a series of tweets from air force one he accused mister trudeau of making false statements president trump is now heading to singapore for a summit on tuesday with the north korean leader kim jong un reports said mr kim is also on his way laura bicker reports on his way to singapore donald trump described the summit as a mission of peace but he admitted that the two leaders were in unknown territory this will be the first time a sitting us president has met enorthfield ian leader and a summit usually comes at the end of a long diplomatic process rather than at the start of one the on both sides of the border hope this new approach me at least have a chance of persuading mr kim to disarm on that the two sides can work towards the peace treaty that has alluded them for nearly seventy years the man who was asked to murder the russian journalists are cardi bob chingkuo in kiev has defended his role in the subsequent fate to murder in an exclusive interview with the.

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Trump retracts his endorsement of G7 final statement

BBC World Service

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Trump retracts his endorsement of G7 final statement

"Plus the ukrainian asked to kill a russian i finished my soup called a taxi and wants to kill by chengkuo well that's all coming up here on this edition of weekend i the world news i'm stewart macintosh with the bbc news hello the g seven summit in quebec has ended in disarray after president trump retracted his endorsement of the final communique mr trump tweeted to say he was reacting to comments made by the canadian prime minister his james robbins this is an astonishing reversal by president trump i he reluctantly agreed to accept a joint closing statement on trade negotiated word by word the apparent consensus was announced by the g seven summit host the canadian prime minister justin trudeau he said he was happy with the outcome but mr true also said canada would go ahead with retaliatory measures next month in response to the terrorist the americans had unjustly applied canadians he said we're polite we are reasonable but we also will not be pushed around mr trudeau called the tariffs insulting that infuriated donald trump in a series of tweets from air force one he accused mister trudeau of making false statements president trump is now heading to singapore for a summit on tuesday with the north korean leader kim jong un reports said mr kim is also on his way laura bicker reports on his way to singapore donald trump described the summit as a mission of peace but he admitted that the two leaders were in unknown territory this will be the first time a sitting us president has met enorthfield ian leader and a summit usually comes at the end of a long diplomatic process rather than at the start of one the on both sides of the border hope this new approach me at least have a chance of persuading mr kim to disarm on that the two sides can work towards the peace treaty that has alluded them for nearly seventy years the man who was asked to murder the russian journalists are cardi bob chingkuo in kiev has defended his role in the subsequent fate to murder in an exclusive interview with the.

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"mister trudeau" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"mister trudeau" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Americans remain our partners our allies and our friends this is not about the american people we have to believe that at some point common sense will prevail but we see no sign of that in this action today by the us administration the prime minister justin trudeau speaking today about the tariffs levied by the united states mr trudeau announced that canada will retaliate by imposing dollar for dollar counter duties on american steel aluminum and other us products up to sixteen and a half billion dollars christa freedland is canada's foreign affairs minister we reached oughta auto minister feeling are we now in a full on trade war with the united states will can i i say good evening carol nice to be with you you know the united states has taken a very serious decision not only with regard to canada but with regard to all of its closest allies in the world and canada very appropriately has responded as has the eu as has mexico brazil a trade war i think that militaristic terms are not really helpful okay how would you characterize them i would characterize it as a have you know the united states has taken a very regrettable decision and canada has responded appropriately as have the other countries also all very close us allies done the press conference to do with you and the prime minister mister trudeau was talking about times in history when kaunda in the united states worked together such as temper the eleventh and fight against terror wars we've been together and what it came across was a sense of betrayal is a how you feel you feel because you've been in the midst of these negotiations with nafta you have been eyeball to eyeball nose to nose with your american counterparts for some time now do you feel betrayed well what i said to investor lighthizer.

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