Crisis, What Crisis?

More history, less hysteria

Six Months In

Six months into the Trumpocalypse, Canadians have awakened to discover that the president's NAFTA demands are surprisingly tame, which is to say, a relief, requiring only a little tweaking from Canadian negotiators.  In the U.S., meanwhile, the Never Trumpers are drilling ever deeper into the Russia file, fine-tuning their impeachment strategies, and consoling themselves with the thought that the more sane Trump's policies appear, the more he will alienate his voter base and self-destruct.  We're lucky here in Canada.  Our politicians break their promises and it's no big deal.  Trump's "populist promises," on the other hand, "are starting to look fraudulent."