In other news, British and European intelligence officials are reportedly ticked off because their American counterparts have been leaking information from the investigation of the bombing in Manchester last night. You can't trust the Trump regime with anything.
Meanwhile, the Dakota Access Pipeline leaked twice during the month of March according to records reviewed by the Associated Press. The first leak we knew about but the second one is new.
Finally, Canada is expected to shift lumber exports to China after the Trump regime placed tariffs on Canadian lumber. This isn't going to help American business.
“There’s an enormous opportunity,” said Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne in an interview in Singapore on Monday. “Diversification is the key, that’s why Canada has an ambitious trade agenda.”
With other Canadian industries also bracing for increased U.S. tariffs, Champagne will travel to South Korea next week as the north American nation tries to boost trade and stimulate its economy. Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr is scheduled to accompany Canadian forestry leaders on a visit to China in June.
Canada’s diplomatic push comes after U.S. President Donald Trump reignited a decades-old dispute last month by slapping duties as high as 24 percent on Canadian softwood.
We're going to make China and Canada great again.
On second thought, that cartoon might be an unwarranted insult to clowns. Clowns may be creepy but, as far as I know, they're not aspiring fascists.