Within days of the Brexit vote, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Barack Obama were in Parliament joking about their bromance and the fact that American teams have won the most Stanley Cup championships.
Nice try, guys. There were no jokes funny enough to interrupt the fear and loathing that followed Britain’s referendum decision to quit the world’s greatest unification project. You will have heard that globalization is dead and that a dark age of Trumpian isolationism is upon us.
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