We were a little more excited at the thought of President Donald Trump coming to Canada, but that may be awhile.
But in the meantime, one of Trump's advisers told CNN that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump will be meeting in Washington. The meeting could take place as early as next week.
During an interview on CNN, the host was asking Kellyanne Conway why Trump never tweeted about the terrorist attack in Quebec, especially since he tweets about pretty much everything else. She responded by saying that Trump and Trudeau will be discussing this situation when they meet next week.
"I’m glad that the prime minister of Canada is coming here next year, next week excuse me. I’m sure they’ll talk about that, if he’s coming soon, as I understand.”
I doubt this is going to be the clash of titans people seem to be expecting. It's pretty much going to be a lot of handshaking, sad photo opportunities, hair comparisons and maybe a selfie or two.
So far the two leaders have only spoken twice, the last time was on January 30th when Trump called Trudeau to give his condolences following the Quebec shooting.
Here's the video where the announcement was made: