Here Are The Canadians Who Attended Trump’s Inauguration

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Canadian politicians are all set to walk into the inauguration ceremony of Donald Trump. There will be lots of VIPs attending the event as well, which includes Andrew Leslie, Jim Carr, Harjit Sajjan, and Chrystia Freeland. They will be at the Canadian embassy, from where they will have views of the parade, and the White House.

The Canadian Embassy always hosts an inauguration event for all incoming presidents, and it has done so since 1989. This will be another year where Canada will show how it cherishes the 150 year collaboration between the two neighbouring nations. It is going to be a historic event, and one that will draw eyes of the entire world.

The inauguration allows Canada to improve its close friendship with the United States, which has lasted through the ages, and with their VIP’s and politicians visiting the inauguration it will send a good message across. It remains to be seen what sort of President Donald Trump will be, but in all likelihood, it is going to the start of a great relationship between him and his Canadian counterparts.

The new president’s inauguration has also drawn interest from conservatives, who have announced that they will also be in attendance. Among the guests will be Rona Ambrose, MacNaughton, and others, who are also going to attend the embassy event. Pierre Paul-Hus, and Randy Hoback are also expected to make the trip and be in attendance, while Marit Stiles, is expected to make an appearance as well.

Canada is making all the right moves up till now and it seems that with so many VIP’s and politicians in attendance it is going to be a historic day for everyone. This will also further strengthen the economic ties of these two neighbouring countries.

 

Ashley is an experienced and versatile freelance writer with tons of published works both online and in the print media. She has close to two years of writing experience that cuts across several publishing networks, Ashley has followed Canadian conservative news ever since she got her first iPhone.