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Elizabeth Sobota from Chagrin Falls, Ohio

I feel compelled to write this letter to you this morning. Too often we take our neighbours for granted, and I want to take the time to let you know just how much I appreciate you.

I want to apologize for the behaviour of my President. I am embarrassed by him. This is way beyond politics. His behaviour, words, and actions in so many circumstances are unforgivable, and his recent attacks on you are misguided.

Much like my cat, who wanders into your yard to do his business, or a dog who shatters the peaceful quiet of a Sunday morning with his incessant barking, my President has pushed you to the limit, yet you remain polite, reserved and calm in your response. You deserve better.

 

Now I understand that “grab them by…” comment

Neighbour, our history goes way back. I have vacationed in Canada for 53 of my 56 summers. My extended family has enjoyed the pristine waters of Lake Temagami in Northern Ontario for more than 100 years. I have explored so much of your beautiful country and never once encountered anyone who was not kind and helpful. Okay, maybe once in Quebec, the waitress pretended she didn’t understand my high school French.

As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently said, “We have to believe that at some point common sense will prevail.” I am waiting for that point as well. I appreciate your patience while I get this messy time in my life figured out and get back on track. I’ll get the overgrown bushes trimmed back, the broken-down car towed from the driveway, and remove the couch from the front yard. I promise.

Thank you for being such a great neighbour.

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Prudence York and Robert Goodfellow from Marietta, N.Y:

In behalf of our thoughtful fellow countrymen, my wife and I wish to extend our sincere apologies for the childish behaviour of our current President.

Be patient many of us are working to remove Donald Trump and restore our democracy.

We thank Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for standing strong for Canadians and the world.

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Jeffrey Sokolow from Atlanta, Georgia:

On behalf of millions of Americans, I would like to apologize to the wonderful people of Canada for the boorish and insulting behavior of our President, who seems intent on destroying the Western alliance, on whose behalf we can but wonder, while admiring only tyrants and dictators. We wish we had a leader as gracious and good-hearted as your Prime Minister. We are with you.

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Dee Baer from Wilmington, Delaware:

Many U.S. citizens and residents are beyond embarrassment at the actions and petty words of Donald Trump. That he, an ignorant entertainer, has chosen to attack Justin Trudeau and your country, our great friend, is appalling to millions of us, though for him, just another headline of the day showing – he believes – that he is the boss. My apologies to you all. Please continue to consider a majority of Americans your friends. I still believe we will get through this, but my hopes dim daily.

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Barbara Barran from Brooklyn, N.Y:

As an American, I am so deeply ashamed of Donald Trump’s behavior and his ad-hominem attacks on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. This boor does not represent a majority of US citizens. My hope – perhaps in vain -is that the Republican leaders will repudiate both the man and his message.

Canada is fortunate to have such an intelligent, poised leader. I long for the day when the U.S. will be led by such a person.

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John F. Christensen from Corbett, Oregon:

President Donald Trump’s recent behaviour at the G7 meeting, alienating our traditional U.S. allies and specifically insulting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the most infantile manner, is a betrayal to U.S. citizens who have long enjoyed warm relationships with our Canadian friends across the border. Don’t worry, Canada! When we get our political levers in alignment, we will consign Mr. Trump to the dust bin of history, where he belongs.

Simulation by Donald Grump

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David Underwood from Citrus Heights, California:

As an American citizen, I am embarrassed by the behaviour of our President. All the times I have been to Canada, I have been treated with the utmost courtesy. The behaviour of our President cannot be excused on any terms. It would not surprise me if Canada recalled it Ambassador to Washington.

No matter your political orientation, insulting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was despicable, it has no place in the two countries’ relations. It is an example of a man who has destroyed our State Department, among other institutions. A recent column in the New York Times labels him Il Duce Trump. it is to be hoped that we will retake our Congress in November and put a stop to such folly.

My apologies for what it is worth.

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Roger Brooks from Saint Paul, Minnesota:

What can we possibly say? We have a U.S. “leader” who is taking us down an unfamiliar and reprehensible road. You’re not alone, Canada; he’s wrecking the U.S., too. All we can say to you, our Canadian cousins, is do what you have to do, but cut us some slack. Eventually, we’ll get back to our normal rock-solid friendship.

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John MacKay from Nederland, Colorado:

Dear Canada,

Come on, you know we love you! And we don’t think for a minute that you burned down our White House. The problem is our crazy Grandpa Donny got hold of the keys to the place (we’re not sure how, but we think his punk friend Vlad was involved.) He’s going nuts in there – pounding on his keyboard, shouting at the TV, measuring his “crowd size” and grabbing everyone he can by their privates.

We’ll get him out of there just as soon as we can, but it might take a while – he’s brought some of his friends with him. For now, hang in there, try to ignore him, and do not make direct eye contact! We’ll get through this, and remember, we love you, bros!

The United States

Don’t mind him, America still loves you

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Greg Fraser from Taylorsville, Utah:

As a U.S. citizen, I would like to apologize to the Canadian people for the extremely boorish behaviour of President Donald Trump. Please believe that neither he nor his rhetoric represents the opinion and feelings of the majority of the United States of America’s citizens. Canada has always been a good friend and neighbour of the United States. One uninformed, ignorant and classless individual should not be allowed to destroy that. He is a one-term or less president.

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Tom DiPasqua from Scarborough, Maine:

On behalf of all intelligent Americans, l wish to apologize for our President’s comments. He does not reflect the opinion of most Americans. l do not have to remind anyone that Barack Obama’s first foreign trip upon being elected president was to Canada. This presidency shall pass, and in a few years President Trump will be confined to the dustbin of history. Hopefully the best days of Canadian-American relations are still to come.

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Norman Cohen from Potomac, Maryland:

To all our friends in Canada and on behalf of all of us in America who do not support Donald Trump, I wish to apologize for the comments and antics of that guy in the White House regarding Canada. But be patient, all will return to normal in the post-Trump years, and that can’t happen soon enough for millions of us south of the border.

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