Bring it on, Canada
Not as easy as it sounds.
It all started with a tweet.
Have a nice trip. Don’t come again
“It was certainly not going to be sustainable.”
“the terror group views the attacker as having been ***inspired*** by their propaganda, rather than someone they trained in person.”
And by “we” I mean the consumer
A calm, rational response
“The department has not ruled any motivation out, including terrorism…”
A spiny problem
“I stand by my decision to ask the patron to remove his hat,”
Crime and punishment.
Go for it
“The president might get upset with us as United States senators!”
“I own that, that was my mistake, those were my words.”
The worm is turning
That’ll go over well.
“That Canada could be considered a national security threat to the United States is inconceivable.”
“the Trans Mountain pipeline…will begin a planned expansion this summer.”
Keep on plucking that chicken, Prime Minister
That’s your problem now
“He kept driving… all I could see was dead bodies on the floor”
“I do not hold any common moral beliefs with the current President.”
“projections suggest there will be up to 400 crossings a day this summer…”
It’s worth a look
“It’s going to get worse. The numbers keep climbing.”
“We do not know why the U.S. government decided to emit this alert.”
“He may be a globalist, but I still like him.”
NAFTA on a respirator.
Also: Canada and Mexico could get exemption from tariffs — if …
Brady: Surely Canada and Mexico should get a pass?
Game of thrones.
“…both Honey and Barry Sherman were in fact targeted.”
“Little of what was feared about Mr Trump’s economic policy has come to pass.”
“…driven by political correctness and virtue-signaling”
“…police have determined that the events described in the original news release did not happen.”
Who among us could have predicted this?