Canada’s PM Appears On One of America’s Major TV News Programs – ‘Meet The Press’

You Can Click on a Link to That Interview Here

A Brief One from Doug Draper at Niagara At Large

Posted March 1st, 2021 on Niagara At Large

Canada’s Prime Minister on the U.S. NBC network’s Meet The Press with Chuck Todd

This past Sunday, February 28th, 2021, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was interviewed on the long-running American, NBC news program ‘Meet The Press’.

The interviewed followed Trudeau’s one-on-one, virtual meeting earlier in the week with recently-inaugurated U.S. President Joe Biden, and covered a broad range of issues form climate change to working together to defeat the COVID-19 and re-opening Canada/U.S. border crossings etc.

I will not comment now on the content of this interview with Canada’s Prime Minister on a major American news venue. If you wish to, be our guest and offer yourviews in the space below.

For now, to watch this Meet The Press interview, click on the screen immediately below –

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One response to “Canada’s PM Appears On One of America’s Major TV News Programs – ‘Meet The Press’

  1. I think our PM sounded strong and diplomatic “given the questions put to him?” I was satisfied with his answers as being logical and direct and mature.

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