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Fresh update on "trudeau" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

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Fresh update on "trudeau" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"Bed and I was just like you were just on the subway I realized that was a life lesson for my parents I really stuck with me I'm lower rights as join us Monday at 11 a.m. on double UAB I'm Amy held with these headlines the House budget committee is meeting today to prepare a three and a half $1 trillion spending bill despite disagreement among Democrats over how to proceed A separate bipartisan $1 trillion infrastructure Bill has already passed the Senate the house is expected to take up both measures as soon as Monday Prime minister Justin Trudeau hugged two Canadians who landed in Calgary this morning after three years in China They were freed in a U.S. brokered prisoner swap a Huawei executive is back home in China after nearly three years in Canada China's foreign ministry says U.S. accusations that she defied sanctions on Iran were fabricated and a case of.

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'Another Stupid, Redundant, Dismal Canadian Election'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:46 min | 2 d ago

'Another Stupid, Redundant, Dismal Canadian Election'

"Has decided to commit suicide as australia has and zealand has the english speaking countries other greatest disappointments in the world. I don't know why to this day. I don't know why which is not like me always asked the question. Why conrad black in the spectator has a fairly direct statement about. Monday's election canada. Another stupid redundant dismal canadian election. I like when a guy tells you what he thinks. In the title in the six years of his government trudeau has distracted the country with a ludicrously alarmist view of climate change and preposterously self-important notion of how much difference canada with its miniscule carbon footprint and generally high ecological standards can make to. This end is persecuted. Candidates greatest industry oil and gas unmercifully and driven. Large sections of western. Canada contemplate possible deliverance of separation. Canada is divided as the united states. And i understand why people would want to separate from one another. It's why i agree. I re- wouldn't left to say it. I agree you have nothing in common with me. And i have nothing in common with view so i don't want the united states to dissolve. I don't want candidate to dissolve but I rather live in a good country than a bad country. I rather live with freedom than without freedom. i'd rather live with healthy people than with hypochondriacs and there. There are so many examples that one could give

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Fresh update on "trudeau" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:45 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "trudeau" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"Hospitals there being overwhelmed by COVID norways and later Anthony dore's new novel cloud cuckoo land He says it doesn't write about what he knows but to discover what he doesn't We're here for such a short amount of time if you're so lucky 7 or 8 decades and I just want to learn as much as I can And then Tom skerritt stars at a powerful new film about a retired Doctor Who confronts his own illness First we have our newscast it's Saturday September 25 2021 Live from NPR news in Washington I mean he held The house is at work this weekend with an eye on sending a three and a half $1 trillion budget bill to the floor early next week But NPR's Giles Snyder reports Discord among Democrats could derail President Biden's social spending agenda The House budget committee is meeting to mark up the so called human infrastructure bill though there are still disagreements over the scope of the package and its price tag the meeting is being held virtually in a bid to satisfy progressives they are threatening to derail the other part of President Biden's domestic agenda A separate more than $1 trillion roads and bridges infrastructure plan that's already passed the Senate Speaker Nancy Pelosi promised moderates in her party that the House would vote on the smaller package by Monday but with progressives in moderate still at odds President Biden acknowledged on Friday that his agenda is at a stalemate Trial Snyder NPR news What was once a migrant camp in Del Rio Texas now stands empty and pierce carry Khan reports the U.S. is continuing to deport people on flights to Haiti this weekend Department of Homeland Security officials say they have deported about 2000 Asians in 17 flights to the Caribbean nation Thousands more have been either released or sent to other immigration processing centers around the U.S. Joe Frank Martinez is the sheriff of Valverde county where Del Rio is located He says the county had never seen such a large influx of people before and that residents have been quote on edge since the migrants arrived I think the people are coming off that edge They know that they're not here any longer in our community So I think that they can start to relax let down their fears a little bit Across the river from Del Rio and see that Acuna Mexico dozens of Haitians remain camped in the border park carry Kahn NPR news Del Rio Texas prime minister Justin Trudeau hugged two Canadians who landed in Calgary about an hour ago after three years in China They were freed in a U.S. brokered prisoner swap a Huawei executive is back in China She was detained in Canada for allegedly defying U.S. sanctions on Iran NPR's Emily Feng has more Michael's favor and Michael kovrig were suddenly detained in December 2018 on espionage charges shortly after the U.S. ordered Canada to detain mon wenzhou the daughter of Huawei's founder China denied the two men were in any way linked amongst attention but China suddenly released them at precisely the same time Canada let Meng fly back to China as part of a deal brokered by the U.S. Justice Department Former president Donald Trump is holding a rally today in Perry Georgia He's under investigation in the state for urging the Georgia Secretary of State to find the votes to turn his presidential election loss into a win there And in New York his family business practices are under scrutiny a state court ordered the Trump organization to turn over internal documents by October 15th And you're listening two NPR news At the national zoo in Washington D.C. several lions and tigers are recovering from the coronavirus Caretakers are feeding them a special diet including chicken broth After the zoo suspects an asymptomatic person infected the big cats earlier this month the animal symptoms include cough fatigue and dehydration other zoos in Atlanta San Diego and Virginia have also reported infected animals The CDC says the risk of animals spreading the virus to people is considered low but can happen during close contact People with symptoms are advised to avoid contact with animals On day two of the 43rd rider cup man's golf competition the Americans are going in with their youngest team ever and their largest lead of 6 to two against their European opponents Chuck kormak of member station Wu WM has more The U.S. rolled up its largest first day lead since 1975 by outscoring Europe three to one in both.

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Justin Trudeau's Early Election Gamble Backfires in Canada But He Clings Onto Power

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 3 d ago

Justin Trudeau's Early Election Gamble Backfires in Canada But He Clings Onto Power

"Conrad black welcome back to america. St- thanks very much of to blow black Why was a snap. Election held up north. And what can you tell us about. trudeau's position. Now he called the election Although as you said he was in no danger in parliament he had a minority government. Four party Parliament you you. Can you really have to be seriously competent. Get all three of the others to vote against you. And and he he was not endanger so he called it because he felt that he had done a brilliant job of fighting. The corona virus crisis depend on that. And if he could exploit this to extend his term restore his majority and take a sharp turn to the left but i'll put it in american parlance semi green new. Deal here bring ideas and so. He called an unnecessary election to get them ajar and he came back approximately exactly where he was. So it was a fiasco On the other hand didn't look like as great a fiascoes. It really is because for a time it looked like he might actually lose and And the leader of the opposition of tool brand what looked at times like a fairly affected campaign. But it's faded in the end and And and he last night desperately trying to hang onto was job effectively claimed a victory which he didn't he didn't score the conservatives actually lost in his so we have all five parties back proc almost exactly where they were before there was no point to the election. True didn't get as mature he doesn't have the mandate he wanted to go where the country doesn't want to go the but the leader of the opposition looks like sort of belligerent blowhard cleaning job and pretending to these one victory which hasn't

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Fresh update on "trudeau" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:16 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "trudeau" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"Syrian government control how long can the opposition last In Cicero Illinois two teams host a podcast about tattoos It's their art and passion I looked up to people that have sex so that made me want to get more And my mom was that she was everyone my family I said to you And later ruther Zeke's new novel in which a grieving young boy hears voices from birds lights and even the book in our hands First our news cast at Saturday September 25 2021 Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Amy held The House budget committee meets today to prepare a three and a half $1 trillion bill but Democrats still have not come to terms with the social spending agenda and President Biden says talks have hit a stalemate It also faces near total Republican opposition a separate bipartisan $1 trillion infrastructure Bill has already passed the Senate the house is expected to take up both measures as soon as Monday The social spending bill invests heavily in education including a plan to make community college free NPR is a listen add warnie has more The free college plan included in the Democrats reconciliation bill would see the federal government giving billions of dollars to states each year in exchange for states eliminating tuition and fees at their community colleges The 5 year plan would cost about $45.5 billion That's less than half of what President Biden's initial ten year plan called for Supporters in Congress say the plan is a workforce training initiative Community colleges are often where people learn in demand jobs like how to be a nurse a health aid or an IT specialist A listen ad horny and PR news Third dose Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines are getting into the arms of older and otherwise vulnerable Americans At pharmacies doctors offices and vaccination clinics but amid mixed messaging the rollout is facing some public confusion about exactly who qualifies And Pierre's Windsor Johnston reports CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky is defending her decision to deviate from an advisory panel and recommend the shots for a broader group Doctor walensky says she didn't override the advisory committee adding that this was a scientific close call by including an endorsement of the Pfizer booster shot for frontline workers walensky decision puts the CDC's recommendation more closely in line with that of the FDA Others eligible for the booster shots now include people age 65 and older and those living in group homes and younger people with preexisting conditions Two Canadians detained in China for nearly three years are now free Dan carbon chuck reports from Toronto in exchange Ottawa released Huawei executive mong Guangzhou at the request of the U.S. Meng's extradition request to the U.S. was dropped after she reached a deal with U.S. authorities The two Canadians Michael kovrig and Michael spavor were released by Beijing shortly after Speaking in Ottawa late Friday night prime minister Justin Trudeau said Kovac and spava had just boarded a plane and had left Chinese airspace These two men have been through an unbelievably difficult situation But it is inspiring and it is good news for all of us that they are on their way home to their families Trudeau thanked Canadian diplomatic officials and allies who stood in solidarity with Canada The two Canadians had been arrested in China on charges of spying for NPR news and Dan Carpenter in Toronto You're listening to NPR news Some prominent current and former law enforcement leaders are asking President Biden to glance grant clemency to thousands of federal prisoners who were released to serve their time at home to slow the spread of COVID-19 NPR's Sheryl corley reports they say putting those men and women back in prison would pose too great a health risk In their letter to President Biden current and former police officers prosecutors and prison officials from across the country say about 4000 people serving their time at home should not have to return to prison a Justice Department memo issued during the Trump administration calls for them to be re incarcerated once the pandemic is over The law enforcement officials note that public safety was a priority and identifying low risk individuals to be placed on home confinement and they are now safely serving their sentences The officials add returning them to prison would overwhelm a strained federal system and exacerbate health dangers to those who are housed and work in overcrowded facilities Sheryl corley NPR news Chicago The nation's largest utility PG&E is facing 31 criminal charges including manslaughter after its equipment sparked a California wildfire that killed four people and destroyed hundreds of homes last year It's just the latest legal action against the company which pleaded guilty last year after its electrical grid ignited another deadly blaze in 2018 nearly destroying the town of Paradise Historic drought tied to climate change is worsening destructive wildfires I may be held in Washington.

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Canadians re-elect Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party

AP News Radio

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Canadians re-elect Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Canadians re elect Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party prime minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party won Monday's parliamentary elections in Canada according to projections by the Canadian press and Canada's television networks but while the liberals were projected to win the most seats of any party it was initially unclear whether Trudeau succeeded in his gamble to win a majority of seats Trudeau called for an early vote two years ahead of the deadline betting Canadians would support his policies for battling Corbett nineteen under Trudeau Canada is among the most fully vaccinated countries in the world hi Mike Rossio

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Fresh "Trudeau" from News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh "Trudeau" from News, Traffic and Weather

"Is certified to operate in Virginia by chev Ko Seattle Komo FM oakville One for news como news 1000 FM 97 7 the news you need now Thanks for joining us on Cuomo It's 8 o'clock From ABC News I'm chuck Stevenson The drama and brouhaha over a makeshift migrant camp on the border in Del Rio Texas is over An estimated 15,000 Haitians crowded under a Texas border bridge are now gone most sent back to Haiti or voluntarily returning to Mexico but thousands are still being processed We'll have their cases heard by an immigration judge Homeland Security secretary mayorkas insisting the CDC rule to send Haitians home is not his agency's policy but a pandemic health protection ABC News Washington House passed a bill to uphold abortion rights in response to a Texas law that bans nearly all abortions in the state It has little chance of becoming law Already lining up to get a third Pfizer COVID shot a booster many Americans newly eligible ABC's witch Johnson at a pharmacy in east Chester New York This new wave of booster shots does not include Moderna or Johnson & Johnson an FDA review of those boosters is expected in the coming weeks But the administration putting the focus back on the unvaccinated President Biden calling out the 70 million eligible Americans who still haven't gotten their first shot The Pfizer booster okayed for seniors those with certain medical conditions and frontline healthcare workers The 6 year old Colorado Springs girl who died after falling a 110 feet on a ride at glenwood caverns adventure park earlier this month was not properly buckled in she was sitting on top of two seat belts according to a state investigation just released Two Canadians detained in China on spying charges have tonight been released from prison and flown out of the country says prime minister Justin Trudeau These two men have gone through an unbelievably difficult ordeal The Canadian pairs release comes hours after a top executive of Chinese communications giant Huawei technologies resolved criminal charges against her in a deal with the U.S. Justice Department Case had been mired in an extradition fight You're listening to ABC News The pandemic's reminded us we live in a sea of airborne germs that can assault us with every breath Your nose is the body's first line of defense by helping filter out allergens bacteria and viruses before they reach your lungs but like any air filter the more clogged up it gets the less it works So how do you clean your nose I'm Martin hoke and I didn't invent nasal irrigation The neti pots been around thousands of years but I did invent a voyage to make cleaning your nose easy Navajos uses powered suction to flush out mucus and germs that cause congestion or worse can make you sick over 2 million people use to breathe better sleep deeper snore less and feel healthier without drugs.

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Polls Open for Tight Election in Canada

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:25 min | 5 d ago

Polls Open for Tight Election in Canada

"Welcome back america. Here here salena zito is my guest. She is america's columnists you can read everything that she writes it. Selena zito dot com. We talk over the weekend about something that i'm not going to tell you about unless you can tell me about it. Selena can you tell me about it. I can't carry about it yet. All right believe in there. Tell me about justin trudeau. You just wrote a common. The new york post that is about justin trudeau. Who by the end of the day. I hope is the for their voting today aren't they they are. They're voting today and it's really interesting sort of what's happening there for the benefit of the steelers fans. We're talking about canada. Well my family have. We had a place up there for over seventy years. So i know a little bit about avian Probably the only one in pittsburgh go ahead. They lost yesterday. I'm happy happy happy. I got some heat on twitter from. I got rolled by yesterday. And he said you know east. Ohio watches the pittsburgh steelers. And i wrote back. Yeah so they loved him lose like yesterday. But you go ahead and tell us about canada so Trudeau coli snap election In august in. Interestingly enough he called it the day that these the polls came out that canadians gave him very high marks on his vaccines distribution. And they should have. They have the best vaccine distribution as a country in the world however they did not like that. He decided to call this snap election. Why because first of all there's very strict lockdowns in in canada. And so they believe that he was. It was irresponsible for him to do in the middle of a pandemic after being lectured forever about not doing anything and all the set now he wants everyone to go out and vote and the reason he wants everyone to go out and so is because he had he had High marks in the polling but You know that didn't transfer that didn't stay because people people look at it as like you're doing this because you want a majority government.

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Notable Figures Share Their Endorsements for PM as Canadians

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:59 sec | Last week

Notable Figures Share Their Endorsements for PM as Canadians

"Former president barack obama yesterday effectively endorsing justin trudeau to be reelected canadian prime minister today former democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton also effectively endorsing justin trudeau for reelection in canada but then coming up fast on the left flank there's vermont senator bernie sanders not to be outdone weighing in today. As well not on behalf of justin trudeau instead senator sanders is endorsing jagmeet. Singh from the new democratic party and again do canadians care what former. Us presidents and former democratic presidential candidates. Think about who. They should vote for in their own election honestly. Nobody has any idea. Nobody does that. This will have any influence whatsoever. Any any impact whatsoever but whatever's going to happen there is a close enough call at this point that we've got this weird late development of american politicians weighing in

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Justin Trudeau Is Inconsistent About 'Collective Guilt'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | Last week

Justin Trudeau Is Inconsistent About 'Collective Guilt'

"Jim queue up for me. Cut one here. Far left this radical who pretty much even though he's Canadian sums up the thoughts of a lot of radical left is saying, Yeah, you're 9 11. We got to be very careful to not do collective guilt. Muslims are not responsible for what happened on 9 11 innocent Muslims, which, by the way, I agree wholeheartedly. Wholeheartedly. They are not people should be judged in their own individual characters. That's our thing. So Justin Trudeau's with us for a minute here, Right? All Yeah. Collective guilt bed yet Tomorrow I guarantee you, Justin should all be talking about critical race theory again, which says you're all collectively guilty. So what is it, folks, It's collective guilt really bad or is collective guilt? Really good left? This can't decide on the message because they're phony. Fake frauds. Every single one of them. Here's Justin Trudeau, Check this out. And I also can't help on this anniversary to reflect on Muslim Canadians, for whom things also changed on September 11th as attitudes shifted. That reminds us that Over these past years and continuing today into the future, we all need to stand together against intolerance, hatred, racism. And Islamophobia. All okay? Yeah, sure. Except tomorrow if not today, Justin Trudeau and his leftist allies are already preaching intolerance. White people are oppressors. Hatred. You definitely better. Eight. Those white people are oppressive racism. If they're white, they're definitely bad guys and phobias. See there's no like

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Canadian Sentenced to 11 Years in China in Spying Case Tied to Huawei

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | Last month

Canadian Sentenced to 11 Years in China in Spying Case Tied to Huawei

"Court has jailed a Canadian businessman for 11 years for spying in the case that's caused a major rift between the two countries. The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said the sentence given to Michael Sparber was unjust and absolutely unacceptable. More from Robin brand. The court in Dandong in the north of China sentenced him to 11 years in jail, adding that he will also be deported, although it didn't clarify when the latter would happen. Mr Speaker ran a business in the city just on the border with North Korea, where he organized cultural visits. He was arrested in the days after the Huawei executive men Guangzhou was detained in Canada accused of fraud. Her extradition battle is expected to come to a head soon. The Canadian authorities insist the cases are linked Accusing China of hostage diplomacy. It's something Beijing has denied.

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Canada, First Nations Reach $8B Settlement Agreement Over Drinking Water Advisories

Native America Calling

01:27 min | Last month

Canada, First Nations Reach $8B Settlement Agreement Over Drinking Water Advisories

"The canadian government has reached an agreement in principle with the first nations to settle to class action lawsuits over drinking water advisories as dan carpenter reports. More than one hundred forty thousand people could be compensated. If the court approves the settlement. The proposed agreement is worth nearly eight billion dollars. One and a half billion would be direct compensation to people who have not had access to clean drinking water. There would also be money for the creation of a four hundred million dollar first nations economic and cultural restoration fund to first nations launched. A class action lawsuits against wall over the lack of safe drinking water in their communities. Mark miller is canada's indigenous services minister as well as forward commitment to support reliable access to safe drinking water on razor with six billion dollars in targeted supports including capital at operations and maintenance and finally the modernization of canada's first nations drinking water legislation the canadian government of prime minister justin trudeau had pledged in two thousand and fifteen to lift all drinking water advisories in first nations communities by march of this year. One hundred and eight advisories have been lifted. Fifty-one remain in effect. Most of them in ontario miller says the agreement in principle brings the parties. a step. Closer to reconciling a long history and it can be celebrated as a step in the right direction toward achieving the goal of clean water for all for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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Mary Simon Officially Becomes Canada's First Inuk Governor General

Native America Calling

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Mary Simon Officially Becomes Canada's First Inuk Governor General

"Mary. Simon has become the first indigenous leader to be sworn in as canada's governor general as dan carpenter reports. A ceremony took place in ottawa on monday. The seventy three year old. Simon of prominent inuk leader and former ambassador has held several key roles in promoting inuit culture. She has also been a social environmental and human rights advocate and negotiator. She knob becomes canada's thirtieth governor-general representing queen elizabeth as head of state is of enormous significance to me thirty nine years ago. When this was the government conference centre. I worked with other indigenous leaders and first ministers to have. Our rights affirmed in the constitution of canada. That moment made this possible in her. First comments as governor general. Simon talked about reconciliation for canada's indigenous. People the urgent crisis of climate change in its impacts and pledged to be an advocate for equality and mental health. She said she would strive to hold together. The tension of the past with the promise of the future in a wise and thoughtful way prime minister justin trudeau said he expects simon to use her unique experience and perspective to help steer canada's future. This is a big place. This is a diverse place and so we need people like ms sign because we need people who build bridges and bring us together. Simon also becomes the commander of canada's armed forces will grant royal assent so bills can become law. She will also play a key role in minority governments when it comes to issues of confidence and the calling of elections. She is expected to serve for five years for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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Vaccinated Americans to be able to enter Canada

America's First News

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Vaccinated Americans to be able to enter Canada

"Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that Canada could start allowing them. Fully vaccinated Americans into Canada, as of mid August for non essential travel in Canada should be in a position to fully welcome vaccinated travelers from all countries by early September.

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Fully Vaccinated Americans Can Enter Canada as of Mid-August

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Fully Vaccinated Americans Can Enter Canada as of Mid-August

"Steps are being taken to ease some international travel bans put into place because of the corona virus pandemic Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau told provincial leaders Thursday that fully vaccinated people from the United States could be allowed to visit Canada by the middle of next month he has fully vaccinated visitors from other countries could be allowed into Canada by early September German chancellor Angela Merkel while meeting with president Biden at the White House Thursday asked when the U. S. might be lifting cope at nineteen travel restrictions on most of Europe Biden said he should know in the next several days I'm waiting to hear from our folks in our our community as to when that should be done there are twenty six European countries included in that U. S. travel ban timid wire Washington

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Canadian Indigenous Group Takes Charge of Child Welfare Services

BBC Newsday

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Canadian Indigenous Group Takes Charge of Child Welfare Services

"Nation in Saskatchewan, where a groundbreaking agreement has empowered the first nation to take control of its child welfare services. And the end goal is one day there will be no Children in care. And every day we will roll up our sleeves to make sure that every child When we call them home that they know where home is. On Tuesday, chief CAD Mr Lorne was joined by Prime Minister Trudeau and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe in Cowes is for the ceremonial signing of the agreement. It's being celebrated as historic and long overdue. And it almost certainly won't be the last making a formal changes that suit our nation that through our people, and I would highly is strongly recommended First. They should take this on and let's look after your own Children. That's chief Matthew T. Pagan of the Pascua First nation. Near Fort Capelle in Saskatchewan. The prime minister's office says that dozens of indigenous governments are already seeking jurisdiction over child and family services, and that 18 agreement discussions are currently underway. But even as they celebrate this week's historic agreement, chief CAD missed alarm and his community continue to mourn after the discovery of 751 unmarked graves on their first nation just two weeks ago on the grounds of a former residential school. Near buckles is the chair of the Cow Assist Youth

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US-Canada border restrictions extended until July 21

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

US-Canada border restrictions extended until July 21

"Most people looking to cross the US border into Canada we're going to have to wait a little longer Canada is extending its border restrictions on non essential travel until July twenty first with less than twenty percent of Canadians fully vaccinated prime minister Justin Trudeau says it's a matter of getting covert nineteen case numbers down Canada's targets for loosening the restrictions are seventy five percent of the population vaccinated with the first dose and at least twenty percent vaccinated with the second Trudeau says while a fully vaccinated person is protected against hospitalization others around them may not be even some Canadian provinces remain close to each other Ontario and Quebec only opened this week in Atlantic Canada will be close to the rest of the country well into July I'm Ben Thomas

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Artists Create E-Waste 'Mount Recyclemore' for G7

BBC World Service

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Artists Create E-Waste 'Mount Recyclemore' for G7

"Prepared to meet in Cornwall in southwest England, a huge sculpture of their heads in the style of Mount Rushmore in the U. S has been built close to where they're staying. Named. Mount Recycle more. It hopes to highlight the environmental damage caused by throwing away electronic devices. Our reporter. Steffi Apprentice has more. It's one of America's most iconic monuments. The Mount Rushmore National Memorial features the heads of four U. S presidents carved into the rock face in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Now ahead of the G seven meeting and looming more than two stories high. The faces of Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Joe Biden and Angela Merkel stare out across the Cornish landscape constructed entirely of bits of metal circuit boards, TV screens and smartphones. They're joined by you should Asuka Mario Draghi and Justin Trudeau to make the mountain structure close to the hotel where world leaders will be staying in the English countryside. These people who live near the G seven summit venue, watch the faces being built seen it develop over the last few days, and it's what they've done is schism. Amazing. I think it's a good way of Sort of highlighting just how much the waste there is in the oceans, and hopefully we'll send a good message over to G seven leaders just about we really need to clean the planet up artists Joe Russian Alex Wreckage say they created the sculpture to highlight the huge amount of tech and gadgets that go UN recycled globally each year, with Joe explaining the logic behind depicting the world leaders united They like more to talk to each other and work out a plan that isn't just shifting the problem from one country to another, but actually is a plan. We will work on together, which is how to deal with this waste and how to stop producing so much waste and how to recycle things in these. All these issues have got to be dealt with globally. They can't be dealt with nationally because that's where the problem is. According to the UN at the 53 Million tons of electronic waste generated globally each year, will more than double by 2050, making it the fastest growing waste stream in the world. The artists are hoping their mount recycling more will galvanize the world leaders to tackle the problem. The

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Trudeaus Liberals Promised to End the Blood Ban

The Big Story

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Trudeaus Liberals Promised to End the Blood Ban

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Justin length is an investigative reporter. The canadian journalist who has been covering the blood banned for how long now just Like six years. Maybe longer many many enough years too many years i think. Why don't we just start at the beginning For people who heard this of like a talking point in a political fight over the last decade or so. How old is the blood band. And where did it come from right so you you go back about four decades in and you've fair confronted with the really disquieting reality of the blood of the tainted blood scandal right. You had cases the hundreds of cases across the country Where folks received blood transfusions that were not adequately screened that ultimately led to sero conversion for hiv that ultimately impacted them With other new hepatitis diseases as well as other infectious diseases And it was a national scandal. It was absolutely shattered. People's illusions about the blood system a better health system right it. It it fundamentally you know weakened trust in a meal what governments ought to be doing to ensure the health and safety of people who rely on government services so you go back to that point and you realize the sort of risks inherent in what protecting the blood supply you know actually means and unfortunately from that you know there was a good thing came from that. Which was we actually had a conversation about what Ensuring safety of the blood supply actually means but on the flip side you also started to see This really sort of reactionary and knee-jerk blame placed on the queer community in canada. Who of course have historically faced higher hiv rates of that other

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Pope Voices Sorrow Over Canadian Deaths, Doesn't Apologize

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Pope Voices Sorrow Over Canadian Deaths, Doesn't Apologize

"Pope Francis has expressed sorrow over the discovery in Canada off the remains of two hundred and fifteen indigenous students of church run boarding schools but did offer an apology sort by the Canadian prime minister C. will conclude a penalty to get shown on that kind of a Francis in remarks to faithful gathered in St Peter's square called on political and church authorities to work to shed light on what he called this sad fact and to foster heating the the roadie a delay so fit in said bus out though two days earlier prime minister Justin Trudeau said he was deeply disappointed that the Vatican hasn't offered an apology and called on the charge to take responsibility from the nineteenth century until the nineteen seventies more than a hundred fifty thousand indigenous children were forced to attend state funded Christian schools the majority of them run by Catholic missionary congregations in the campaign to assimilate them into Canadian society I'm sorry I shockingly

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Grief and Horror as Bodies of 215 Native Children Discovered

Native America Calling

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Grief and Horror as Bodies of 215 Native Children Discovered

"Canadians are in shock after the recent grim discovery of the remains of two hundred and fifteen children on the site of a former residential school in british columbia. The remains were found using ground penetrating radar as dan carpet chuck reports. The discovery has led to memorials across the country. Memorials began springing up across the country to honor the two hundred and fifty native children who died at the kamloops residential school. Hundreds of pairs of shoes were lined up on the steps of the vancouver art gallery by local artists. Tamara bell as a tribute to those whose remains were recently found a child. I love never coming home and not getting an answer. I every single mother. you don't have to be native. you don't have to be anything you just have to be a human being to understand that. There's a huge legacy in canada. There's so painful but this one was so hard because it's children children's shoes were also placed on the front steps of canada's oldest residential school in brantford ontario. Here's organizers charlene. Hemlock part of this too is our call to accountability and justice for our missing and murdered children. Prime minister justin trudeau ordered flags at government buildings across the country to be lowered to half-mast officials in toronto said municipal buildings. There would have their flags lowered for two hundred and fifteen hours an hour for each of the children who died roseanne kazimierz the chief of the to come to first nation in british columbia. She talks about arriving on the scene where the remains were found. I was taken back. I was shocked and so when it was shared with me that these children are children. You know from our community children from our brother and sister consultants and other communities. It was devastating. It was it was actually quite mind. Boggling and You know. I it some of us to tears and we. I was surprised. I was heartbroken.

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Remains of Over 200 Children Found at Indigenous School in Canada

News, Traffic and Weather

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Remains of Over 200 Children Found at Indigenous School in Canada

"A heartbreaking discovery and British Columbia. The remains of more than 200 Children were found in a mass grave at the side of a former school for indigenous Children in Canada, an investigation into the country's residential school system. Found indigenous Children were forced from their families to report documented abuse and found more than 4000 Children died. The schools were run from the 18 forties to 19 nineties. Maybe in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called this quote a painful reminder of that dark and shameful chapter of our country's

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"trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner

"Immediately, there were questions about Justin Trudeau loves standing ties to the we organization founded by the Burger Brothers Mark and crack if civil servants are going to say that there is that there is no other charity that could come close to matching what we could do. Where is the evidence? Why are we? Let's just take Justin troops were once again for what happened I want Prime Minister, Trudeau Liberal cabinet wave, all confidentiality disclose everything that happened around this because there are just far too many questions that are unanswered by early July the partnership to deliver. The student grant program was canceled but that didn't stop the revelations from coming. We've since learned that Justin Trudeau's mother and brother were paid for appearances that we have been. We said that through its sister company me to we Margaret Trudeau received a quarter of a million dollars for a total of twenty eight events since two thousand sixteen. As the prime minister's brother Alexandro received thirty two thousand dollars for eight events that WANNA finance minister bill more knows daughters had been an employee of the we organization and that just last week more no wrote a forty one thousand dollar check to we to repay travel expenses the organization at covered for himself and his family to Ecuador and Kanye. The Ethics Commissioner is investigating both more no and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for possible conflict of interest surrounding the we deal and this week both the kill brothers and Trudeau himself appeared before the House Finance Committee to take questions about the controversy today power and politics host bashing Capello's on what we've learned that these hearings and where this could be heading. This is from.

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"trudeau" Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"trudeau" Discussed on Party Lines

"Everyone I'm Rosemarie Barton elements of doom mood, and this is party lines, and we still have a lot of questions surrounding this whole wheat charity controversial questions about how many times you're gonNA. Use that Pun. Earlier this week. The Prime Minister apologized for failing to recuse himself from a cabinet discussion about awarding contracts you, we charity after his mother and brother, it was revealed paid by the organization significant speaking fees. This is the third time now. The prime minister has been investigated by the Ethics Commissioner and another story, involving Trudeau and white hesitation over the headlines much visit with two weeks ago, that an armed forces member drove a truck onto the grounds of Rita where Trudeau with his family live. This guy's accused of threatening the Prime Minister and is somehow not a bigger story. Avalon of questions Rosen. Yes, let's do it. Here, we are this week with the prime minister finally for the first time addressing some of the controversy around a government decision to award a contract worth about twenty million dollars to the we charity group. The group was going to administer a program worth. Almost a billion dollars so that students young people in this country could volunteer throughout the pandemic and get honorariums. Get money to do that to help them pay for school pay for things that they needed in light of the fact that there weren't jobs and tried mobilize young people to do something important. There was already problem when this first came out. element of course because the prime minister himself very closely associated with his charity has done multiple events for the charity. His has a podcast that she doesn't get paid for with the charity, but then it was revealed that in fact, the prime minister's mother and brother had been paid by the organization different arm of the organization other two hundred fifty thousand dollars to speak at twenty eight events, and his brother, thirty two thousand dollars to speak at various events and the prime minister. And his government on they say the recommendation of the Public Service decided to give this contract contribution agreement to the charity in spite of the fact that. Justin Trudeau own family had benefited from their connection to this charity. So the prime minister apologized earlier this week. Maybe maybe we should play people a little bit of that just so they know what he sounded like when he finally had to take questions about it, I know there are many questions and problems with. This program is run out run about I. Know People have concerns about it. I got that. I made a mistake in not recusing myself immediately from the discussions given our family history. And I sincerely sorry, but not having done that. So. What did you make of that? Well okay. Where do we start? It's the kind of story e whether it's true or not. It sort of confirms all of the things that people worry about when they talk about Justin Trudeau and he's proximity sort of other powerful people in the country so there is this like elite nature to this controversy. You know whether it's actually what happened or not. The narrative is really easy to draw on the narrative. Is You have these powerful people who hang out with powerful people and give each other powerful programs and Hey, can you administer this billion dollar program for a meal? Give you twenty million dollars to do it. Of course not what happened, but the optics are not great. And the prime minister was actually defending why he didn't recuse himself just last week. I'm defending quite vigorously. The recommendation to use we to get opportunities out for young people was made by the public service. But as a cabinet, we ratify those decisions, and did you recuse yourself from that discussion and the decision at cabinet? No I didn't know. I not a long work on youth issues, both as before I got into politics, and since I've been in politics as a youth critic, getting young people involved in serving their country, recognizing desire to build a better Canada particularly due to through this time of crisis is something that I believe in deeply. That's a pretty firm statement. Saying you know what I really didn't need to recuse myself so then to have the apology come later. It really does weaken that apology in the nature that apology, so what what Trudeau is essentially done is kind of got himself into trouble where he needs to reveal what the public service actually told. Cabinet, if the public service indeed told cabinet that the we charities the only charity in the country that could possibly run this program. People will lead to see that memo or that email or recommendation because. There are so many questions swirling around the prime minister like only that public service recommendation will put it to rest. And, let's say that that's plausible that the we organization because of its size, and magnitude and scope really was the best suited to do that. The matching job between the thirty five thousand students who applied to do this and different charities and organizations that have been Feld in part because of this pandemics. Let's let's say that that's that's all plausible and true. And they're able to show. The the documents in front of a parliamentary committee that back that up. Even if that were the case. Does still bag a lot of questions about even with that recommendation, even the prime minister's words about the importance of young people in volunteerism. Why would you still think it was okay to sit at a cabinet table and way in on a decision when you knew at very least he knew. That his family members had done speaking for this organization before what he says is that he knew his mother and brother He knows they get paid for speaking events, but he did not know how much they had been paid for these we events in particular, but that he should have known. So! It is curious to me. That's the only way I can describe it. It's curious to me that he would still have sat at that table having that information in his brain somewhere and not thinking to himself. Oh, I! I don't think I can weigh in on this one. Yes, I mean, and it also speaks to a sort of maybe a larger problem, which is if you surround yourself by people in the in the prime, Minister's Office for supposed to be giving you advice on the exactly this kind of thing, and all of them presumably saw this program and said Yep. We sign off on this that flagging that as a problem. That speaks to a larger problem about you know. Maybe the minister surrounding himself with people. Who Don't see ethical. Potential ethical violations coming coming down the tracks like this is a pretty big one to miss. And I think it also speaks to this larger. Pattern with withdrew to this is the same thing that happened with the Aga Khan story the story about how? The Prime Minister, these family vacation of the. Private Island and that was sort of his first ethics investigation, and it comes down to you know are are your. Are Your advisers advising you properly if you just if this keeps happening? Yeah I mean I. think that if people in the office new I. Don't know who knew what was presumably not everybody didn't know the details of all this.

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"trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner

"So I know that this sort of charm offensive offensive for candidates to get UN Security Council seat this time around has been going on for a while preceding this trip right and so before we get to the trip that you're on. What have we been doing in the lead up to try and get the seat Well certainly a lot of the work has been done by. Marc Andre Blanchard Canada's ambassador to the UN the UN. He is on this trip and he is I mean this guy is a force of nature when you meet him he really he passionately loves the United Nations. As much. Does anyone you would ever want to meet. I hope all Canadians share my my passion for actually making sure that Canada Gets a seat on the Security Council. The UN is the only organization where all countries of the world comes together to actually tackle the worst challenges or the biggest challenges on this planet. It has certainly been very much involved in this campaign but one of the criticisms actually have how Justin Trudeau's government has been handling this entire file. Is that maybe. They weren't as engaged aged as they ought to have been up until now if they did want the seat. Of course there's been another really big issue in international affairs it's been Preoccupying Trudeau government coming up until now and that was Nafta Right Donald Trump. I mean frankly there've been a lot of issues on the international stage but a lot of candidates focused on securing this new Nafta this new agreement cream and some of the questions that have been raised by observers of the UN observers of this whole process are whether or not Canada truly has been as engaged as it could be or whether it's only shifting focus now and that's why we're really seeing this charm offensive kick into high gear. Okay and we're not the only country gunning for this right. I I know this because I've I've seen this video that Ireland made that has Bano in it which looks quite glossy our own firm might have been under the seventy three years ago. Bud Judge. It's still very much. Our Memory Orleans was a very poor country so I think we know the difference support make. That's right and not only not the only country and it so both Norway and Ireland are gunning for the same position as we are and there are two spots for Western Europe and others the category. But the sense is that both Ireland and Norway have been in this for a lot longer. The candidates perhaps coming to the table a little bit late Ireland has had An Ireland in Africa strategy that dates all the way back to twenty eleven. We actually got the chance to speak to the Prime Minister of Norway while we were in Copa because while Justin Trudeau conducting his charm offensive. Well the woman who apparently is known as iron earn Ernest older. The Prime Minister of Norway was there as well. Well they were at the very same events giving speeches one after the other and she agreed to talk to Canadian reporter. She was very polite chemists. A bigger economy eh country of course but on the other hand of course we have we are using more development aid we have used to support for international policies as talk to her so basically the prime minister of Norway throwing a little bit of Shade Airway although the Mo the most polite. It was almost Canadian. I would say she didn't say she was sorry afterwards. Not Fully Canadian.

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"trudeau" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"trudeau" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"But I Next week Canada's parliament will reconvene for its first session. Since October's election Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party is still dylan control but in a minority government with smaller parties back in two thousand fifteen after winning a thumping parliamentary majority. Mr Trudeau declared that the new liberal era had begun Etienne spoken you want a government with a vision and in the gender for this country. That is it's positive and then vicious and hopeful for years later he sounded much the same and they voted in favor of a progressive agenda. And I'm strong action on climate change but October's election. His party won a million fewer votes and won no seats in the the western provinces of Alberta and Scotch on the victory speeches may have sounded similar but in his second term. It seems Mr Trudeau May Not Justin Trudeau had struggled to get reelected in part because He had attempted to try to change the world in fact at one point in his twitter bio read changing the world. A little bit every day. John I've isn't has reported on Mr does fortunes for the economist and I think that the electric really wanted them. Rather than to change changed the world. They wanted to an agenda. It was a little bit less planetary in scope. It was made worse by the fact that that his own blunders seemed to make him look like a hypocrite particularly Louis repeatedly winning black face when he was younger. This during the election is a bit of a bombshell. This is something that I deeply deeply. Eh regret darkening. Your face Regardless of the context or the circumstances is always unacceptable all because of the racist history of black face and then mainly the scandal which was reverberating in early. Twenty nine thousand nine hundred eighty demoted. It is justice minister after she refused to help a Quebec based construction company. Settle a criminal case and avoid prosecution over allegations of bribery and Libya in this has been a tough few weeks Canadians. Expect deserve to have faith in their institutions and the people who act within them well. First of all the justice does minister was a woman secondly she was an indigenous woman. And these issues that he'd been pontificating on he was particularly tarnished in the eyes of progressive voters. Well that's that's not to say though that he hadn't Taken on some big causes at home no I think that the liberal government was very proud of its record in the first four years. There were some pretty transformative changes the legalization of pot being one of them a very generous Gerald benefit allowance that lifted many people out of poverty. Eighty today nine out of ten families have more money in their pockets for things like new skates or hockey camp. The now helps more than six million children children and their families and it's helped lift hundreds of thousands of kids out of poverty since its inception in twenty sixteen. They managed to enhance the kind of pension implant They established a a national price on carbon and probably most crucially for the Canadian economy. The renegotiated a new free trade agreement with the trump administration that while it made some concessions that did not give away the farm. It was a pretty good result for Canada. Well what what's striking about. The the the election result though is how much the west of the country didn't seem to support him yes so it was locked out of the provinces of Alberta and to schedule No. MP's no representation. and Ah a rising feeling that some of these attempts to change the world particularly on climate change were being done at the expense of the resort producing regions of the country. So there's there's clearly in the second minded things that Trudeau needs to address. And he has started trying to address them. Address them in a in a change of tone or more concretely in policy. Well he he came back from Christmas vacation in Costa Rica. He had adopted a salt and pepper stubble which was designed. I think to make him look a little bit more. Seasoned I think that was symbolic and deliberately symbolic because I think this is a new low key approach. I think that they felt that while. They made some transformative changes in their last Monday. They didn't really get a lot of credit for that. As we saw in the election result there were far too many times editor was picture championing. Latest 'cause the latest woke because the critics would claim while not really talking about some of the things that he was actually doing. And what do you think of the big issues in his inbox. Now that he has this thin majority majority that the government gave it speech from the throne just before Christmas. The main th- broad themes will continue to be support for the middle class. The short themselves without an broad-based tax cut. That came before Christmas. The other major themes from the term we're going to continue. Reconciliation with indigenous communities continued attempts at ensuring the health and safety of Canadian through things like the introduction of a national drug benefit plan but the middle class has permeated just about everything they've done they've even appointed a minister for the middle class. No the term was ridiculed. And it's really a a junior finance minister role but clearly you. There's a feeling that if they can push the average Canadian increase their earnings lift people below the mode of poverty that this is a winning winning formula and they should be concentrating on this rather than on some of the more identity politics issues which dominated the first term. And so what. What will he be kind of working against? Does he tries to do this. And and keep all of these these various constituencies happy. The obvious one is. This is now a minority parliament. The liberal government needs the support of at least one other of the major parties the MVP the left of center and EP the Bloc Quebecois separatist party. I don't think we can expect an election anytime soon. The MVP urban strapped for cash. They're not likely to want to force an election. The bloc is quite happy as long as it's issues concerning quebecer addressed the other constraints obviously the the problems on the prairies with Scott. Actually no Berta have to be addressed. The one or the other thing that comes to mind is there are fiscal pressures. This is a government that has spent a lot of money in the first four years and his first platform. It said they would be back in balanced by two thousand nineteen in fact. This year's deficit is likely to be somewhere in the region of twenty six billion dollars Canadian as bill more. No the finance minister said when he met with reporters after he gave a fiscal update just before Christmas. He said nobody said it was going to be easy. And it's not so so all of this sort of Taken together how. How do you expect this? The second term to play apple with both with the the the fiscal and political constraints the The prime prime minister nowadays expected to be taken a little more seriously with his pepper beard. How how do you think this will come together all told I think it largely depends on who the conservatives choose news as their next leader Andrew share the former leader has been ousted and they're going to be contested? Too late June remains to be seen whether he wants to go for another election. I think there are a large question marks about that whether he wants if this is the minority that goes for more than two years. He may feel at that point that he's done enough and he's going to exit stays left but let's assume that he stayed around. There are a number of options for the Conservatives. I think it depends which one the membership picks. The Trudeau looks at the next election. It's not clear yet all of the potential candidates. But there is a female Rona Ambrose who was the interim leader of the conservative before chose there permanently. I think Mr Trudeau. It's very hard to run against a woman leader if however the conservative choose a leader who is small c conservative on social issues. WHO's the loss leader? They're not plays into truth. Hans they membership base will want a leader who is perhaps skeptical of same sex marriage who has for life with these credentials. That's why lost the last election partly his views on climate changes. Well I think the Conservative Party has to have a much more enlightened view. You've who is trying to appeal to and if it does pick a leader who can win votes in the largest provinces of Quebec Ontario then Trudeau may be in trouble Nixon. Sean thank you very much for joining.

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"trudeau" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on The Big Story

"As you might be aware western Canada has a long proud history of being really angry at Troodos and right now it might be worse than it's ever career as taxpayers we are owners of its next our government has sought to four point five million dollars yeah I never thought in my life I'd be making picket signs and protesting This is my nineteenth year with my business this is my slowest year nineteen years who a lot of that anger lives in Saskatchewan which was the first province to legally challenge Trudeau's liberals over there carbon tax and that actually creates an interesting contradiction since voters sketchy on list climate change as their second most pressing concern so the change is a big worry and it is because a lot of crops are grown in Saskatchewan why are voters so skeptical of parties plans to fight it the polls show almost every one of the fourteen writings in this province leaning towards the Conservatives but here's another contradiction Saskatchewan is also in really fully turn blue even there and if it is going to what do we need to watch for.

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"trudeau" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Today where did it all go wrong. The cardis Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in opinion. Why new sex education lessons in schools are failing to keep up breath. I was reporting up in the Arctic in two thousand fifteen and I heard there was a liberal party events at a gymnasium so I thought I'll walk over and go see that and I met him and I talked to him and he would chat. You and you'd you'd see maybe forty five minutes later. He'd still remember that same anecdote that that you told him and you could tell that there was there was a buys in the room. You know his his campaign in you know Justin. We've got to leave. We've got to leave and he says you know now. I just WanNa stay a bit longer. which you know and hindsight's it's pretty pretty savvy political fostering but it made people people feel that he wanted to be there? He wanted to be speaking with with voters he wanted to be seen. It resonated with people who met him in a way that that I think really surprised people. We'll all began so well for Canadian. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau my friends this is Canada and then Canada better is always lettuce Liberal Party historic victory in Twenty fifteen and redefined Canada's image with his dazzling smile and Progressive Valley's. I'm GonNa keep saying loud and clearly that I am a feminist athey he news the end of his first term to is making headlines around the world for all the wrong reasons candidates. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. This photo was obtained named by time and it shows him in Brown face at a two thousand one event. They say living with early was the only one who did anything to his face base. At multiple images of the prime minister mocking their live reality. This is so hurtful to so many Canadians and this Campbell combined with a series of others have dogged the later years of his leadership now his features Canada's prime minister is far from certain from the Guardian. I'm Rachel Humphries. Today in focus is over for Justin Trudeau Leyland. Chaco is a a freelance journalist based in Toronto. We've got this charismatic young in worldly well-traveled Liberal candidate running for prime minister every time he walks down. The street is flocked by fans. He poses for photographs offs and there's this general sense of excitement over Trudeau running for prime minister but I'm talking about here. Elliot Trudeau Justin Trudeau was his father. This is what we call Trudeau Mania in nineteen sixty minutes a world that Justin Trudeau the Prime Minister of Canada to now was born into kind of spent his whole life being a part of it's difficult to look at any list of kind of well respected well known in mired politicians in Canadian history and not fine just father Pierre Elliott near the top of any of those lists. I mean he's widely considered to be potentially kind of one of the greatest prime ministers nesters in Canadian History Pietro was was a person who did what no other politician had been able to do before he made the Liberal Party cool. The candidate. We know today a is very much a product of Pierre Elliott Trudeau peachy day sounds like a tough act to follow Pierre. Trudeau was probably the toughest act for any politician to follow appear. Elliott is is is this kind of he was described by one person is is the combination of Marlon Brando and Napoleon. He's this swamp. You know incredibly well addressed political leader who drives sports cars and Justin Trudeau unfortunately has always had the label of being kind of the Paris Hilton of Canadian politics and what do we know about Justin's childhood. I was growing up a petri dish shanty like him. Justin is is is an interesting character rain in Canadian politics because he was born while his father was prime minister and in the result he lived very publicly he really kind of had a pivotal moment when his father passed away in in two thousand when he gave this heartfelt emotional eulogy it was televised across the country is kept his promises and earned his sleep should about he had a clear mastery. Austria of of of capturing a room and speaking he resembled his father in many ways and just shoot ever express an interest in politics well he was growing up growing up. Justin Trudeau never felt as though he had very serious political leanings I mean he kind of bounced around to different jobs. Obviously was briefly a snowboard instructor. He worked as a drama teacher. Teaching at times math and French she was involved in kind of youth outdoor activities and there. There's no real indication that that the son of Canada's potentially most famous prime minister really odd deep political yearnings and he actually wrote him the Globe and Mail that yeah I don't read newspapers. Don't watch the news I figure if something important happens. Someone will tell me and I think it was. It was very much Justin Trudeau telling the public public. I'm not the person that my father was despite this treated came more involved with his father's Liberal Party in the early two one thousand and in two thousand seven was selected as their candidate for a safe seat in Montreal they go to the polls for for the leadership race and this is kind of trudeau the against different liberal candidates he just wins by a landslide we say he's taking politics seriously one of his first big political outings an MP in pay in two thousand twelve was in a boxing ring talk.

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"trudeau" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Podcast from Bank of America join host elite Burke as she talks to achievers about the moments that inspired them to make an impact their stories might just inspire you to what would you like the power to do you can find that made all the difference any where you get your podcasts mm-hmm political rivals of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. They've had had this nickname for him for a while. Now the MR dress up prime minister here. He is an indigenous ceremonial address here he is in Jewish attire. Hire Jesse Brown hosts the Catalan podcast he says conservative members of parliament that even pass around tro photos he might be dressed like superman or trick or treating as Han Solo or just trying to fit in with a foreign dignitary putting all these images together would get a chuckle across the political spectrum trim so in images surface last week of Trudeau in black face and Brown face. It was shocking but after apologizing to do almost seemed to play it off like hey you know me. I'm the guy who gets stressed out. Specific thing you said was something like I can be more enthusiastic about costumes than is sometimes appropriate which is true. He is overly enthusiastic about costumes.

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"trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner

"Bertha. Hello Hello Hello. Thank you so much for being here. Fatima Hi Hi Jamie I should say Fatima and I work together at the Toronto Star Fatimid. How did you feel when I saw them. I I sort of how to this role flashback everyone the first fact I saw about the photo was that it was taken in two thousand one and then that year is he's very poignant for everyone because it's also the year of nine eleven and that's what we associate with that was the year a lot changed for Brown people across the world. I remember being in middle school at the time being bullied how how were you bullied. People would call me names whether it was terrorist or cookie or you know make deriding comments about the color of my skin or my culture and it it impacts you and it stays with you for very very long time so when you see a photo like that it's not the best feeling in the world to realize that the prime minister you're you're country partook in that and was part of that. Mockery then apparent mockery in some way and you know not not to take away from your experience in two thousand and one. I just want to point out that it does appear that the photo was taken before nine eleven not touch. There's no canarian between the experiences at all but it's just a a mental connection. I made just seeing the year. The photo was taken absolutely riddick. I was actually completely not surprised when I saw the photo. It was sort of one of these of course you know of course. He engaged in this behavior behavior. Of course he being the person he is embodying. The identities that he embodies would not have understood why this type of inaction might be something that was insensitive or hurtful or has a particular history for particularly black communities can I can. You unpack that a little bit more for me when you say him being the kind of person that he is. You weren't surprised what would you mean by. I mean that in our society we have layers of power structures so related to one's race their gender their sexual orientation their ability there religion there there are a number of things where the society has been really structured to privilege certain groups and marginalized other the group's. Trudeau through just his experience being an able bodied since gender heterosexual white man who's of an upper social class who was the son of a prime minister by definition really would not have had any experiences of marginalization or oppression and also there is kind of this implicit entitlement that I think white communities have had historically throughout throughout the world to other people's cultures into other people's land to other people's bodies so to mean this is a symbol of all of that and I think it almost it doesn't really matter whether he knew or he didn't know today he talked about layers of privilege privilege is that's what we're talking about here absolutely and and when you think when you say you think it doesn't really matter whether he knew it was racist or not. Can you elaborate elaborate on that for me just quickly yeah because this isn't really about intentions right so we talk a lot in. North American society around whether or not someone is a racist and I feel a lot of that has to do with equating seeing a racist or being racist with being bad and so we kind of dichotomy demise good and bad and you know being labeled racists is considered probably one of the worst things you could be labeled in Contemporary Society but historically historically this society was built with structures of racism going all the way back to the state being founded on the colonization of indigenous peoples lands and so really the history of Canada is a history of structural racism so I think we have to grapple with that. When we see issues like this come up otherwise we're we're really missing the picture Fatima Justin Trudeau could wipe off his face and still succeeded life and he he would still be okay. He didn't have to face the burden of Brown man Dan even if he was pretending to be one for one night whereas as replica said like everywhere in this country there are communities of color that struggle simply based on their skin color and I think that's the conversation that this very jarring very visually upsetting photo has started that we're now trying to grapple it right and do you think that this is a conversation that we haven't been having no not constructively at all even with the prime minister has labeled himself as inclusive and you know touted diversity city in this country part of the reason why the photo was jarring for me because the prime minister labeled himself as such a champion of multiculturalism and diversity but that is he's done. He's just been a champion. A photo like this puts into question his motivation. So what do you see. Do you see virtue signaling. Is that what you're saying yeah. I think I see a there's a question I have in my mind about whether he really means what he said when he says that Canada's great greatest asset is its diversity I do WanNa. Get both of your perspectives on whether you think he could be forgiven for this some of his. MP's have come to his defense offense today. Greg Ferguson Black and P seeking reelection in Quebec said the Trudeau's should be judged on his record promoting equality and diversity which note it does sound like Fatima you would disagree with and not on incidents twenty years ago Russia. Do you think that he can apologize and that people could forgive forgive from for this. I think he can apologize. Any people might very well. Forgive him but I think that speaks to his white privilege because he's able to engage in an act that is you know one of the few things that I think is considered to be an explicitly racist act and be the leader of a nation and instill potentially be forgiven and it's the the sort of notion of innocence and intention that is not necessarily afforded to other people.

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"trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner

"I'm trying to winter and I'm almost law welcome to chosen family. Every second week we talk about art sexuality and identity with a special guest usually queer here but not always I completely struggled coming out to my parents as a comedian being in the entertainment industry for a Middle Eastern. People is unheard of affecting change requires requires people to shake it up listened to chosen family wherever you get your podcast. What sign are you by the way area. Of course I love it. This is a CBC podcast. Hello I'm Jamie so as you all know by now photos and videos of Liberal leader Justin intro wearing brown face and black face have surfaced there are now three examples one from two thousand one when he was at a private school teaching in Vancouver and dressed rest up as a character in Aladdin for a school fund raiser then there's a photo of him in black face in high school where he performed the Song Deo at a talent show and a video where true again in black face is laughing and making faces. It's not known exactly where and when that was taken. He says that he knows now that this is her people. What I I did hurt them hurt people who shouldn't have to face intolerance discrimination because of their identity. This is something something that I deeply deeply regret. Today we talk about the kind of racism that's work in what Trudeau did and what what it reveals about the experience for so many racial is Canadians in this country. Fatima Siad is a reporter with the National Observer. She just wrote a bit Trudeau's Brown face in black face as photos and the issue of race in this election and Riddick goal is a family doctor from Toronto. She wrote a twitter thread about this issue yesterday. That's now actually gone viral. This is from for.

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"trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on Front Burner

"Hey Jamie wow wow was right. That was a shocking development yup. Definitely I think you and I have mentioned there's kind of been an absence of moments that turn the dial or change things in this is definitely finitely it and I this certainly looks like something that could move the needle. I want to get in to that with you a little bit later but first let's talk about. This picture described this picture to me. I'm looking at the picture right now. this is a picture that was published in time as you mentioned a Mr Trudeau is flanked by three women if you're if you're looking to the looking at it head on the left of him as well as another woman to the right he's dressed up completely and including his hands painted painted in Brown face he says that he he was you know he put makeup on himself. this was at a party when he was twenty nine years old in two thousand and one at the school will he attended where he was teaching at at the time well private school yeah it's called West Point Grey Academy community and and how do we think time got this photograph well. They are very explicit about it. Actually it's they say that earlier this month. They obtained a copy of the yearbook in which this photo was like the photo was in the yearbook at the yearbook was called the view and they got it from Vancouver businessmen. They say named Michael Adamson Maha who was part of the West Point Grey Academy Quote Unquote Community He was not at the party. The party was attended by school faculty administrators and parents of students and he said Mr Adamson that he I saw the photograph back in July and felt it should be made eight public okay so that's how they got it okay and and I will say in this photograph Justin Trudeau is certainly wearing the most intricate kurt costume of the bunch. He is the only person in Brown face yes obsolete and it says his spokespeople say it was a photo taken while he was teaching Vancouver at the school's annual dinner which had a a costume theme of Arabian nights attend with friends and colleagues and he was dressed as a character from Aladdin okay so very quickly after the story broke which I think was just after dinnertime. Justin Trudeau responded and here is what he had to say last night in Halifax. Was this bottle racist. You're just yes yes it was I didn't consider it a racist action at the time but now we know better and this was something that was unacceptable yesterday you you'll be allowed to stay. I'm going to be asking Canadians to forgive me for what I did. I shouldn't have done that I take responsibility for it was a dumb something to do. I'm disappointed in myself on pissed off at myself for having done it. I wish I hadn't done it but I did. It and I apologize for primarily to to put it into some sort of wider context. You have to remember the last time of speaking to you. Jamie we were talking about candidates and the Liberals Criticism of Andrew shears position which was if stuff has happened in the past and you say sorry about it. He people can be forgiven right as long as someone takes responsibility for what they said and and and and addresses the fact that in two thousand nine hundred and some things have sent in the past are inappropriate today he was resoundingly criticized by not only Justin Trudeau but the the Liberal Party for saying saying that last night that's exactly what Justin Trudeau asked right for forgiveness for forgiveness because he regretted his actions he has moved on since then and and he thinks differently now and he apologized right and he said he should have known better and I will say a very significant piece of information that came out of that press conference. Justin Trudeau admitted that he'd actually done this before. Is that the only time in your life you've ever done something like that. when I was in high school I dressed up at a talent show and saying Dale with with with makeup yeah and then actually even beyond on many of the second instance at the end of the press conference and other reporter asked whether or not there is anything beyond those two incidents in just WanNa read exactly what he said Ed the reporter asked. Do you want to Canadians about any other instances where you were concerned a racist hot walk-throughs around I think I think it's it's been plenty. the fact of the matter is that I've I've always and you'll know this been more enthusiastic about costumes than is somehow is sometimes appropriate but these are the situations that that I regret deeply that the only two of their more of the situations I regret the he's not unequivocally saying no we'll check immediately sort of makes me question if there are more right and this idea about him being enthusiastic about costumes. I'm not entirely sure what he was referring to. I thought aww maybe he was referring to his India trip. Yes he went. She was widely roundly criticized for wearing you know a very elaborate outfits with his wife and and family.

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"trudeau" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on AP News

"Trudeau appear retriever who is now ninety three prayed in the plane above Normandy, let me say one more son, then he jumped man became a German prisoner hours later for the duration. Seventy five years later Trudeau will return to France and pray at the graves of platoon mates. Who did not survive like? One who was fatally wounded during the jump. He kept calling for his mother. Cove. You're gonna be all. Now. He does. I'm saga megani? When it comes to number two, most are content to flush without a second thought. But for those with the scatalogical interest, a new exhibit featuring all things poop is now open in the Czech Republic created by the Prague zoo, which has produced plenty of elephant dung and other manure for years the permanent display, delves deep into the world of animal excrement. It displays information and samples of everything from fossil turds, also known as copper lights from extinct animals to modern day, gorillas lions elephants, horses, turtles, wombats camels and other animals. All in various sizes, shapes textures and colors zoo director Miroslav Bobak, whose surname, literally means poop in check says he was inspired by American George Franson his online museum, the exhibition coincides with zoos publication of a new edition of the encyclopaedia of excrements. And it's also not the. I example of capitalizing on poop it's been selling elven done to gardeners as fertilizer for years. I'm Rita Foley with an AP news minute. President Trump is in Japan on this Memorial Day. Criticizing democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden saying he is a low IQ individual. The president said he is not personally bothered by North Korea's recent short range missile tests asked about that by reporter at a news conference in Tokyo not bothered by the small missiles, no. I'm not. I am personally in this morning. North Korea is calling national security adviser, John Bolton a warmonger after he said, the tests were violations of UN Security Council, resolutions a tornado killed two people and injured dozens of others in El Reno Oklahoma over the weekend, and Reno's, about twenty five miles west of Oklahoma City, Matt white is the mayor people have absolutely lost everything. You're not going to believe the devastation. You've seen the pitchers hall of fame quarterback Bart Starr died yesterday, at the age of eighty five in Birmingham, Alabama. He.

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"trudeau" Discussed on Sidenote

Sidenote

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on Sidenote

"Among any of the. Seven nations, and like he has done a lot of things for refugees to respond to Syrian newcomer. And there were some programs that we use that I was looking at that he actually initiated that did make the settlement of has gone a lot easier. Like I firsthand like I had to go through specific government overseas things, and I was like, wow, okay. Justin Trudeau created these like as someone who obviously thinks candidate needs newcomers in order to survive like the east coast literally is an aging population. People need to understand that. If we want our economy just five we need newcomers to Canada. He did help do that. Which is the right thing to do ethically. But also from an economic perspective we need people to come to Canada. So I just think like that was something I've got to experience firsthand that was thankful to some of the policies that he and his administration had brought in and I was like that wouldn't have been the same case if there had been someone elected in the conservative government. I'm sure so he's done. Good things. I think is what you're trying to say. Yeah. And I think that for like you said, I do think in some ways, and I like. I won't paint conservatives especially conservatives in Canada with a blanket brush because I think it is a much different country than America right now. But it is like I worry that these things have an always do happen. And I wonder like you said like if it was within the conservative party, would it maybe have just never come out because there weren't progressive candidates like we've had right now. And I know genuinely think that that wouldn't happen. And so that's the frustrating part of that could lose an election. And that's something that I'm sure like they the two women who have left now are going to have to think about. So that is maybe not fair to throw on them when they're like. But I'm standing for my. What's that? Asleep at night. That's the thing that for me. I'm trying to figure out I think like big picture. This is a good thing. This is a good moment for democracy to have a woman come forward and face all these people and say, you know, what I feel was unethical happened. And this is how and this is why and that we actually get to see the inner workings of politics, and even listening to Jerry butts will never get over that name even listening to Jerry butts like half to speak today about how they went through the decision making of how to move people around within. It was like we don't actually have to hear about this that often. I even if we do I don't listen to it. So we're all hopefully tapped in and I think what I worry about is that a lot of people. This is a scandal that I've been so excited to read about maybe preparing for this podcast. But we have a lot of peers you've just like glaze over these headlines, and maybe we'll leave this thinking. Oh, wow. Justin Trudeau is corrupt. And all these things that I'm like, well, it's actually really important that you read what happened people's opinions read out. I think these women in many ways are standing up for what is right. And I like. I'm so proud of them for doing that. But like understand what the other options are in the next election. Obviously Andrew shears using this as like a moment to be like he needs to step down as prime minister. And all these things which I don't agree with. Oh, yeah. Also because people have talked about in Ontario right now, the similar things have happened with our conservative government. Yes..

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"trudeau" Discussed on Sidenote

Sidenote

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on Sidenote

"So here we go. Here we go some thoughts talk about Justin Trudeau. Okay. Let's try and like Chuck chat about this through the lens of him. So what I find so interesting about this whole case is that I think it's helping people really understand and make politics become something that is not so confusing. And it seems kind of simple. It's like it sounds confusing. It theory because these companies that clearly a legal things they need to be charged. But these companies also employed Canada like what do you do? So I'm empathetic to like all sides of this. Yeah. Me too. But one thing that I would say is that I find I when she talks about the way that Jodie Wilson. We'll talks about the way that they cut sort of hassling her to you know, maybe change her decision. Maybe get some more insight into these things and even the way. That she has said that gesture true droves did set. You know, I am the MP in the back like if we lose all these jobs, or if they lose these contracts in Canada that could influence the election like that's what he insinuated things. Like that. Just makes me like oh my God. Okay. This I'm glad that we're bringing to light that this is corruption. This does happen in government. And I think that it's really not good optics for him because he's sort of ran and came into power and was really good at taking to the stage, the world stage as this person who's going to speak for the people, and like be anti corruption and be very democratic be like, we believe in democracy, and we're going to follow these rules, and we're not going to be behind the scenes like so many other governments have trading and benefiting auto stuff benefitting off of the tax payers dollar in this sort of thing. So one thing that just made me so frustrated and all of this because we're can talk maybe now or later, but how this is potentially going to loosen the election. And I think what's frustrating to me is that when I think about the conservatives, and I think what other. I'm sure this happens a lot. I get it. It doesn't always. And I think that's why these women are in my opinion. Awesome. They're almost acting as whistle blowers to allow the public to understand that these things happen all the time. But he hasn't spoken down the barrel of the camera to the Canadian people in a way that has sounded like authentic real. Yeah. He ran on a platform of being real. Yeah. And I mean, some people have always questioned said that you were like, yeah. But there was a point where I was like, okay. He feels more real than most politicians. I like when a politician can just talk off the cuff and not sound so scripted. And it is like, yeah. I I wish right now that Justin Trudeau would sit down and put a YouTube video out or a livestream just like. And this is like it looks bad. I'm gonna talk through what happened from my perspective. I think one difficult thing is that. In all these articles in all this information. It's the prime minister's office. So he has a team of people. So it's not necessarily him. Who's the person Ness-like telling them that they have to change this. Right. Even he might be behind the scenes asking people to do that. But from like, Jodie Wilson, Ray, Boltz perspective. Like he wasn't coming to her being like you need to change it because he has a whole team of people who manage listening. Yeah. So she was saying that she was being reached out to by law different like staffers on his team. And then obviously that one meeting with him specifically to her face saying like mentioning it, but not young like, oh, I'm not pressuring. But like just I wanna make sure we all on the same page and aware of what's going on. So then he did talk to the public today. And I watched it, and he also had like Jerry butts law of that name his like his literal best friend from like university. Who also was his. Yeah. His principal secretary who came forward and try to portray that this was a lack of sort of. A lack of trust and like misunderstanding between different size like she obviously took that being like being demoted from like attorney general to become like the veteran's affair minister as like a d motion..

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"trudeau" Discussed on The Cross Walk with Dcn. Kevin Endres

The Cross Walk with Dcn. Kevin Endres

10:31 min | 3 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on The Cross Walk with Dcn. Kevin Endres

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"trudeau" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"You said you're going to retaliate how serious are you are in you really think you can make a dent welcome back as we mentioned earlier the us this week in post tariffs on steel and aluminum from mexico the european union and canada all three retaliated by announcing tariffs of their own but it was canadian prime minister justin trudeau who was called up personally by president trump and a friday i traveled to ottawa canada to speak to mr trudeau the prime minister is hosting this week's g seven economic summit which means he's going to have some one on one face time with president trump and a couple of days so i began by asking him about president trump's tough words on the new tariffs and the ongoing renegotiations on the fate of nafta i think i think our approach has been consistent all the way through recognizing canada and the united states have perhaps the most successful economic partnership and alliance and friendship in history of the modern world there are no two countries that are as interconnected interdependent you sell more things to us every year than to uk japan and china combined we are connie's are are incredibly interwoven and there is an absolute path towards improving nafta and doing well on that the fact that the president has moved forward with these tariffs is not just going to hurt canadian jobs it's going to hurt us jobs as well and neither of those things is something that canada wants to see your reaction felt as if you felt jilted is people the candidate got like wait a minute we've done all these things for the united states over the years and this is how you treat us you felt.

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"trudeau" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"From nbc news in washington longest running show in television history this is the press good sunday morning we have two big interviews lined up today and we're going to get to him very quickly since becoming his lawyer rudy giuliani has been a tireless defender president trump this morning i'm an ass mr giuliani about the president's extraordinary and perhaps novel legal strategy that argues that the president's powers or essentially unlimited it recalls president nixon's infamous claim from the frost nixon interviews that quote when the president does it that means that it is not illegal so does this mean that no matter the president's motive for firing fbi director james comey it was legal and does this mean president trump will never sit down the special counsel robert muller under any circumstance i also had an exclusive sit down with prime minister justin trudeau of canada after he responded to us tariffs on steel and aluminum with terrorists of his own you're going to hear his thoughts on what what he believes a trade war between neighboring allies could mean this all comes after a week in which so much of what president trump did or said with about him the i alone can fix it president sought to fix nuclear tensions with north korea by reviving a summit with kim jong he sought to fix trade with those tariffs targeting europe canada and mexico it's been a lousy deal for the united states from day one president trump is testing the limits of presidential power picking economic winners and losers the trade is going to be easy rewarding his political allies with pardons the president has the constitutional party and conditioning the public and what he believes is criminal behavior i suspect that we are on a path where there's going to be an inevitable clash we're going to get to a point where the justice department simply will not go any further i don't know who gets fired a what happens but we're going to be you know buckle your seatbelts on pardons the president appeared to signal again this week that he will protect allies who refuse to testify against him pardoning conservative commentator dennis desouza who pleaded guilty in two thousand fourteen to campaign finance fraud any hidden that he will pardon others convicted of campaign finance violations or lying to investigators charges similar to those levelled against his former aides michael flynn and paul manafort on trade the same day the president.

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"trudeau" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"trudeau" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"And now back to the show joining us now the prime minister of canada justin trudeau hey guys hello real lot pleasure to meet your guy's a pleasure is all ours yeah this is an honor i was a little bit daunted when my skype told me that right honorable justin trudeau is joining the conversation this does not happen every day for us well it's a pleasure to be here josh i've in any irs for a long time sportsnight remains one of my favorite shows is ever so when you flip from sportsnight to west wing it was a glorious day for me wow it was a good day my household to but now you've made my day i kinda wanna stop here and just go out and a high so you're a longtime circa night can be established your you're sorkin fan hood bona fides did you watch the west wing when it was originally on what i watched this episode dead irish writers doubt was the first time i ever watched an episode of west wing outside of the regular slot that so i hadn't at with the exception of the ricci debate one which was the one episode that i missed it of course because i missed it i never got to see it and actually watched at a few years ago on youtube to try enough bone up from my own debates but yeah i i suspect release seen west wing other than when it was scheduled to appear and i saw pretty much all episodes the cases the same with me i'm i'm on my first rewatta in sixteen years rich she is a serial watcher he's the superfan will thanks so much for joining us they we can't believe this is happening were big fans viewers.

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