Shortly after the pipeline cancellation was announced, Justin Trudeau responded with a formal statement which acknowledged Biden’s decision to “fulfil his election campaign promise.”
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney also spoke out about the decision, taking to Twitter to reveal he felt “disturbed” by the move.
Conservative Party leader Erin O’Toole issued a statement saying it was a “devastating” response from the new president and blamed Trudeau for not doing enough to “stand up for our world-class energy sector.”
On the other hand, Canada’s Green Party leader was pretty positive about the cancellation and described Biden’s decision as “powerful proof” of his commitment to tackling climate change.
While Jagmeet Singh did not respond to the announcement on Wednesday, he has previously made his opinion on the pipeline clear by saying it “would neither create sustainable jobs nor protect the planet.”
A couple of months after Donald Trump was elected president of the United States in late 2016,
became the country’s first lady.
a recent farewell speech,
the former model and businesswoman described her time in the White House as “the greatest honour of my life” and said she had been "humbled to represent a nation with such kind and generous people."
However, life for Melania was probably pretty different prior to becoming first lady.
While she still had a pretty big house and plenty of money, these
old social media photos
show that life was probably a little more laid back prior to 2016.