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No, Mr. Trump, Canada Did Not Burn Down the White House in the War of 1812

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By Daniel Victor
June 6, 2018

We are now going to explain the War of 1812 to you. Why not?

We didn’t think we’d find ourselves here, either. But on Wednesday, CNN reported that the 206-year-old war figured prominently in a discussion between President Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada on May 25. According to CNN’s unnamed sources, President Trump asked Mr. Trudeau, “Didn’t you guys burn down the White House?”

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation then confirmed the CNN report. The Times has not independently confirmed the remarks.

It’s unclear if the president was trying to make a joke during what was, reportedly, a tense call about his decision to impose steep tariffs on metals imported from Canada, Mexico and the European Union.

Any lesson on the War of 1812 probably isn’t the most vivid memory people have from their high school history classes, so its details may be fuzzy to many. And with the war suddenly in the news and the butt of jokes on social media, they might fairly wonder: Well, did Canada burn down the White House?

No, Canada did not burn down the White House during the War of 1812, which was fought with Britain over maritime rights. What is now Canada was not yet a country in 1812, but rather British colonies.

Canada didn’t become a nation until 1867, long after British troops did, in fact, burn down the White House in 1814.
The fire gutted the president’s house along with several other crucial structures in Washington, which was still a relatively small town when the seat of government moved there 14 years earlier.

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My Comments:

I think President Trump is good for the U.S.A., however, his remarks at times can make one burst our laughing. When I heard what he had mentioned a few days ago, during a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Trudeau with the following question to do with the war of 1812; Well, didn't Canada burn down the White House? I just burst out laughing, Canada wasn't even a nation until 1867...

No Mr Trump, Canada is not a security risks either; we are your friends remember...we have assisted in many peace keeping missions side by side, and fought wars together side by side, and our soldiers perished along with yours. We have come to your countries assistance during emergencies, during perilous times, just like a good neighbor should do. We are your allies not the enemy.

I still think Trump is good for America, and I know that nobody is perfect but God, therefore, no more jokes, Mr. President, let's go on living side by side in peace, like we have for a long time now.

Personally, I like you, I have all along, and I wish our Prime Minister had a greater love for our country, like you do for your own. God Bless Us, One & All!


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Canadian official to US: You think we're a threat?

Published on Jun 3, 2018
Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland talks to CNN's Dana Bash about President Trump's move to impose new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada, Mexico, and the European Union.

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Trudeau: Canada-U.S. Successful Alliance In History Of The Modern World | Meet The Press | NBC News

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Published on Jun 3, 2018
In an exclusive interview with Meet the Press, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tells Chuck Todd that President Trump's attitude toward longtime ally, Canada, is "insulting"

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Who in their right minds, listens to H e l lary Clinton's "fake news" anti-Trump CNN channel any way!? OY!!! The FoxNews, is "THE" only truthful unbiased channel to watch...NOT CNN. CNN is best known, just like Sadie Marcus (she's a pathological liar), as the LYING FAKE NEWS channel. They wouldn't know how to report the truth if it bit them on their worthless arses--PERIOD!!!

So therefore, blaming President Trump for that gaffee about just whom allegedly burned down the White House, is totally wrong. I believe that it was the British that allegedly committed that dastardly deed. :thinking_face:

Please forgive me for my harsh language, but the REAL truth about "fake news' anti-Trump CNN HAS to be reported.



CNN =:-1: :-1: :-1:

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Tammy, Let cooler heads prevail. Canada is not an enemy of America.

Here are the facts, not just CNN opinions... The President should treat his allies accordingly, and not portray them, as enemies.

A lot of reliable sources have reported the same, including our Canadian sources. This time it's not "fake" news,it's true. P.M. Justin Trudeau, has reported this to be correct, and has been totally insulted, after the great relationship with the U.S. for a longest time, all of a sudden Canada is a National Security Risk...What nonsense.

Canada wasn't even a nation until 1867, which is way past the 1812 war. It was the British who did it, and it was in 1814, not 1812 as suggested. He shouldn't used such language/tactics to the Prime Minister of Canada, to try and justify his"immediate" imposed tariffs; by stating such a low blow to one of his allies. His implications that Canada is a National Security Risk, is total rubbish. "No, Mr. Trump, Canada Did Not Burn Down the White House"!

Time will tell, what else he had in mind. My hope is, he'll step back, and remember not to put his allies in the same basket with his enemies; because it would be a bad idea for everyone involved.

Like I said before, at the top of my message: "Let cooler heads prevail"...!


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A while ago, I too, just now heard it myself, about what Pres. Trump allegedly said; when I happened to click on to the i24 News channel. So therefore--I want to apologize to you profusely for what I said in my above post. Please won't you forgive me?

I heard on TBN, via Kirk Cameron, that the British were headed to Washington, DC, to burn down the White House, when they were overcome by a freak twister/tornado storm that stopped them in their tracks. Which makes me wonder if God played a major role in protecting the White House? :thinking_face: :innocent:

Anyhow, I hope that someone within the White House corrected Pres. Trump on his misinformation, don't you?



P.S. I believe that the man who supplied Kirk with the above important information, is an Historian who answers to the name of--David Barton.

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Tammy, I hold nothing against you, for it should have been Trump apologizing, for his insulting comment to Trudeau, not you. By the way, I'm no fan of Trudeau and many of his policies either. He is a hard line Liberal, and I've always been and am a Progressive Conservative.

In our province of Ontario, we had an election on June 7th, with a overwhelming Majority of Progressive Conservative party elected, lead by our new designated Prime Minister Doug Ford, after 15 straight years of Liberal rule. Thank God, for this victory!!!

Now if we could re-elect a Federal P.C. government like we had under Prime Minister Steven Harper, our country
would be in a much better condition, once again. The Liberals can be likely compared to Democrats, and the Progressive Conservatives can be compared Republicans in your country.

I believe the right thing to to is lock this thread, with the following sites listed below, showing how things are escalating now, with Trump, and his so recent altercations with his allies. Let them sit down and sort out all the politics, it's not up to us to do so.

It's alright, to be aware, that leaders, are not perfect; because they are human. Trump, Trudeau and the rest of the world leaders have their faults, no one is perfect. The only one without fault, is God, faithful and true; however God uses good and even bad leaders to fulfill his purpose and plan. God is using Trump, Trudeau, and other world leaders like Putin, for His divine purpose. We fail to understand at times why the Lord does things in mysterious ways, however, that is part and parcel of God's character, who is righteous, and just. Our human minds collectively can not comprehend God's ways at times, until we wait on the Lord to fulfill His plan and purpose and only then, it because crystal clear, what the Lord had in mind in the first place.

Politics dropped from discussions, therefore, let us concentrate, on the coming of the Lord, and leave the politicians make history, be it good or bad. There will come a day, when Jesus rules and reigns on this earth, then and only then, things will be perfect under His command and control; for Jesus will rule with a rod of Iron.

Here are more interesting news reports on the latest, for those who would like to continue the followups...no discussion necessary, for each one of us will have an different opinion on each news report; being we are living in different countries. However, I will close the subject for discussion, so things don't get out of hand, with heated debates, which I think should be left with the politicians in question.

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Donald Trump to Leave G7 Summit Early, Skipping Climate Change Meeting

The White House announced that President Donald Trump would leave the G7 summit of world leaders early on Saturday morning, skipping a meeting on climate change.

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Trump calls for Russia to be reinstated into G-7

…Russia should be in this meeting,” he said. “Why are we having a meeting without Russia being in the meeting?”
“Whether you like it or not, and it may not be politically correct, but we have a world to run,” Trump said. “And in the G-7, which used be the G-8, they threw Russia out. They should let Russia come back in because we should have Russia at the negotiating table.”

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Trump Lashes Out At Macron, Trudeau Ahead Of “G6+1” Summit

The common theme: the rest of the world is desperate to show just how united it is again Trump, perhaps in hopes of subduing him and quashing his opposition. Good luck with that. Trump accused the U.S. allies of levying “massive tariffs” and creating “non-monetary barriers.” Please tell Prime Minister Trudeau and President Macron that they are charging the U.S. massive tariffs and create non-monetary barriers. The EU trade surplus with the U.S. is $151 Billion, and Canada keeps our farmers and others out. Look forward to seeing them tomorrow. The old order is over. What we are fighting over now, as the new order emerges, is whether the U.S. wants to have the most important seat at the table or not. Right now the answer is no.”

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Canada to Trump: No NAFTA deal with tariffs

QUEBEC - The Trudeau government has told President Donald Trump he needs to get rid of the punishing U.S. tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum if there is any hope of successfully renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Finance Minister Bill Morneau said that message was communicated clearly to Trump during his meetings at the G7 summit with fellow leaders, and in his face-to-face talk with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Before departing the G7 summit in Quebec on Saturday, Trump said he wants to make a deal on NAFTA, and he's open to working with the current pact or striking separate agreements with Canada and Mexico — as long as they agree to renegotiate every five years.

Canada wants a deal too, but the Trudeau government views the U.S.'s proposed five-year sunset clause as a non-starter.

And now, Morneau added the tariffs to Canada's list of deal breakers on NAFTA.
He said progress is being made, but more work needs to be done to conclude the negotiations.

"We're not going to be able to do that work under the threat of tariffs. And we're not going to be able to do that work when our retaliatory tariffs, which are real, they're significant," Morneau said in a Saturday interview.

The government announced it would impose more than $16.6-billion in retaliatory tariffs, effective July 1, on a variety of U.S. goods. Mexico and the European Union have also planned retaliatory tariff packages.

Trump said that would be a bad idea.

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