It should surprise no one 'Prez' Don the Con displayed massive ignorance while antagonizing our good neighbor, and number 2 trading partner and good ally, Canada.
Donald TRump at least nominally won the presidency by winning the states of Wisconsin, Michigan and Wisconsin, although all three were narrow and possibly tampered wins. For example there was a problem with more votes than voters in Wisconsin.
Of those three states that nominally put Rump over the top, only one shares a border with Canada, but Rump rather spectacularly doesn't know which one. I personally would be surprised if Rump could correctly name the capitol of any of the three, in spite of attending college in Pennsylvania.
In contrast as something of a party trick, our excellent senator, Al Franken, can correctly and accurately draw the map of the United States, with each state correctly bounded and located relative to the national boundaries and adjoining states, and each capitol city correctly named.
TRump has threatened trade wars with Canada, ignorant of the harm that would do to both nations and to our mutually essential relationship. Further the issue which demonstrated Don the Con's belligerent stupidity is that American milk producers don't have a trade problem for a particular dairy product, ultra-filtered milk, rather there is a problem of oversupply, a glut on the market, of that milk product. That is properly the problem and responsibility of the producers to correct, not consumers, past or present.
I have yet to see where anyone in the TRump appointed administration, much less the Goat-in-Chief himself, has asked that fundamental question ascertaining excess product. This in spite of the conservative obsession, or more accurately empty lip service, to free market capitalism, and to individual responsibility for their success or failure.
Our neighbors to the east in Wisconsin either have to adjust production to suit demand, or find new markets. The fair and rational solution is not to attempt to bully or arm twist buyers to purchase their product.
Trade wars and tariff conflicts, as history teaches us, is the single most consistent cause of wars. So it is especially troubling that the illegitimate President, along with his party and supporters, is so profoundly ignorant of geography, history, and economics and so offensively hypocritical. Rump has to go, he is dangerous, dangerous to us, dangerous to the world.