“We’re resilient”: ex-ambassador on healing division after the U.S. election

"We're resilient": ex-ambassador on healing division after the U.S. election 1


Former U.S. ambassador to Canada David Wilkins and former industry minister James Moore discuss the U.S. presidential election.

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10 Comments on "“We’re resilient”: ex-ambassador on healing division after the U.S. election"

  1. Still not going to report on Michigan confirming “glitch” in software and that they may have to hand count votes from 47 counties? They even had a press conference.

    • @escape0007 Every State is divided into Counties. Provinces in Canada work in a similar way, though we call them Municipal Districts usually.

    • Eric Langlois correct, my error I read countries not counties….. I need glasses 🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Charlie Ford lmao that’s ok….. can’t always excel in intelligence, brain gets to vacay now and then yo!!

    • Hi There sometimes admittedly, perfection isn’t my strong suit admitting my imperfection is!

    • @escape0007 dude this may be the first time on the internet someone admitted they where wrong about ANYTHING. You are a better person then me😆😉

  2. Need lovely 😍💋 💝💖❤️

  3. Ok what joe policies on virus crime in inter cities police shooting border crossing economy have to decide no hiding behind hating Trump world is watching.. Ha ha

  4. Why does everyone keep saying Biden is “nearing 270” when the numbers haven’t changed in three days? “Nearing” implies movement or change; he “neared” 270 that first night, he’s done nothing since then (neither has Trump).

  5. Biased much.

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