Doug Ford made an appearance on Fox News this morning to discuss his economic agenda for Ontario.\nFox Business host Stuart Varney introduced the premier by pointing out that he had "taken a page from the Trump playbook" with his "jobs, jobs, jobs, mentality."\nVarney went on to describe Ford's policies as "Trumpian," to which the premier replied, smirking, "I don't now about that."\nFord and Varney spend five minutes espousing the virtures of low taxes and "cutting red tape."\n"Lets get Fox up to Canada!" "Doug," as he prefers to be called, tells Varney at the conclusion of the interview.\nALSO READ: The Best Places To Live In Every Province In Canada\nThe premier also used the opportunity to bolster his image by disparaging Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau.\nAfter the interview, Ford took to the sidewalk to express pride at appearing on Fox News to "[tell] the world that Ontario is open for business."\nWe just finished an incredible trip to New York City with a stop at Fox News to tell the people of America that Ontario is open for business and open for jobs. pic.twitter.com/PWgxY8Wllt— Doug Ford (@fordnation) April 30, 2019\nYou can watch the full interview on Fox News here.\nNaturally, Canadians are expressing their disappointment that Ford would appear on a network that is criticized for its editorial line and rubber-stamping of Trump's worst tendencies.\nMore proof that Ford is the Trumpiest candidate in Canadian politics. Fox says so. https://t.co/7hehyN38Sj— Stephen McCulloch (@SteveMcCu) May 1, 2019\nFox News!!! Why am I not surprised. That's where liars go to lie.— Vlad The ⚾⚾⚾ Slayer Pam Swan (@pam_swan) May 1, 2019\nFox News fakenews pic.twitter.com/Fq2pdAY3qu— Zuman Khan (@zumank) April 30, 2019\n#FraudNation #PimpMyGravyVan #NotForThePeople #NotMyPremier #ForDuhPeople pic.twitter.com/2MzXBIbEbb— BeejAndMolly (@beejNmollyflop) April 30, 2019\nIndeed, Doug Ford, like Trump, is often the subject of condemnation from opposition parties who decry the elimination of critical programs.\nJust last week, for example, the Ford government cancelled a plan to plant 50 million trees in Ontario to combat carbon emissions and anchor topsoil.\nStay tuned for more news from "Ford Nation."