So, should Trump endorse Andrew Scheer? In my view, This guy loves his Kristen shirt it would not help and might even hurt his chances. Unlike President Trump, former President Obama is widely-respected in Canada, and anyone who respects Trump and not Obama was probably already voting for Scheer (or the more extreme PPC) already. At the same time, people who were leaning towards the Conservatives but find Trump distasteful might have second thoughts if they think Scheer will behave at all like Trump. First of all, Trudeau has not just one opponent for PM but four. Counting only the “national” parties – those that run in almost every rising across the country – in addition to Trudeau’s Liberals there is Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives, Jagmeet Singh’s NDP, the Greens under Elizabeth May and Maxime Bernier’s People’s Party. Of those, only Trudeau and Andrew Scheer have a realistic chance of winning on the 21st.
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