State run Stasi CBC doesn't cover Trump in England but has a UK Protest Report Special tonight

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    A reason again not to trust Canada. They didn't cover the public FBI Agent being questioned by Lawmakers on right now, it's as if it's not happening, though they covered Comey with passion, hoping they would have some goods against Trump. Furthermore, they will have a special on tonight on at 9PM on The National covering the protests in England against Trump! Not his visit, but the protests! Rich.

    Do NOT copy the Canadian system. We are an enemy to liberty, transparency and Rule of Law. We keep our citizens in the dark, we attack the U.S system feverishly as we oppress our own citizen without Due Process or fair justice. I firmly believe Canada was more involved in trying to help Hilary in 2016 than that which is publicly stated, like many nations.

    Update: Of course they cover the balloon and the protest organizers. Such a backwards state run human right abusing propagandists.

    Trumps met by both pomp and protest as U.K. visit begins | CBC News

    U.S. President Donald Trump traded one hot spot for another Thursday, leaving behind a contentious NATO gathering in Brussels and moving on to Britain, where he found a government in turmoil and sizable protests shadowing his every move. All was serene, however, during a lavish evening welcome ceremony at Blenheim Palace.

    Hundreds of demonstrators chanted outside the U.S. ambassador's residence where Trump was staying on the outskirts of London, providing a preview of the forceful protests expected during his two-day British stay.

    Trump was whisked away to an oasis of warm greetings at a black-tie reception at Blenheim, birthplace of Winston Churchill, the larger-than-life British leader cited by the president as a model of leadership. That was just one of several helicopter rides on the agenda for Trump, whose staff opted to keep him largely out of central London and the swarms of demonstrators who are likely to provide some of the defining images of his first official trip to the U.K.

    Trump's departure from the ambassador's residence was met by jeers from demonstrators banging pots and pans, and another pack of protesters lined roads near the palace. Their signs read: "Dump Trump," "Lock Him Up," "There Will Be Hell Toupee." Police worked overtime, their days off cancelled.
     
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