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Trump called ‘motherf**ker’ AGAIN, by first female Canadian prime minister

President Donald Trump has been called a ‘motherf**ker’ again, by Kim Campbell, who made history in 1993 during a four-month stint as Canada’s first and only female Prime Minister. Campbell is pictured speaking at an event on January 1 in Canada

President Donald Trump has been called a ‘motherf**ker’ again, by another woman with political clout, this time from another country.

Former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell wrote that Trump ‘really IS a motherf**ker’ in a since-deleted tweet, in response to Trump shirking a question from a reporter about federal workers not being paid due to the partial government shutdown.

Campbell, who made history in 1993 during a four-month stint as Canada’s first and, to date, only female Prime Minister, followed up the self-censored post on Saturday with a reference to similar language used by newly-sworn in Democratic US Representative Rashida Tlaib.

During her swearing in on Thursday, Tlaib recounted a conversation with her son about Trump, where she said she told him that the Democratic House majority is ‘going to impeach the motherf***ker.’

Trump responded to the comment from Tlaib on Friday, saying she ‘dishonored herself’ and ‘dishonored her family’ by making a foul-mouthed vow to impeach him. 

Trump has not yet publicly responded to Campbell’s comments, as of 11am Eastern on Monday.

   

Campbell wrote that Trump 'really IS a motherf**ker' in a since-deleted tweet, in response to Trump shirking a question from a reporter about federal workers not being paid due to the partial government shutdown

Campbell wrote that Trump ‘really IS a motherf**ker’ in a since-deleted tweet, in response to Trump shirking a question from a reporter about federal workers not being paid due to the partial government shutdown

President Donald Trump Trump has not publicly responded to Campbell's comments as of 11am Eastern on Monday. Trump is pictured looking out at reporters in the Rose Garden as he speaks after a meeting with US Congressional leaders about the government shutdown at the White House in Washington, DC on January 4

President Donald Trump Trump has not publicly responded to Campbell’s comments as of 11am Eastern on Monday. Trump is pictured looking out at reporters in the Rose Garden as he speaks after a meeting with US Congressional leaders about the government shutdown at the White House in Washington, DC on January 4

Campbell followed up her self-censored post on Saturday with a reference to similar language used by newly-sworn in Democratic US Representative Rashida Tlaib (pictured). During her swearing in on Thursday, Tlaib recounted a conversation with her son about Trump, where she said she told him that the Democratic House majority is 'going to impeach the motherf***ker'

Campbell followed up her self-censored post on Saturday with a reference to similar language used by newly-sworn in Democratic US Representative Rashida Tlaib (pictured). During her swearing in on Thursday, Tlaib recounted a conversation with her son about Trump, where she said she told him that the Democratic House majority is ‘going to impeach the motherf***ker’

Campbell had quoted a tweet from Politico with her comment, where a reporter asked Trump, ‘Do you have in mind a safety net for [federal workers] who need their checks? Those who need SSI [Supplemental Security Income]? Those who need Medicaid, what have you?’

Trump completely avoided the question, replying with, ‘The safety net is going to be having a strong border because we’re going to be safe. I’m not talking about economically, but ultimately, economically…’

Over social media, Campbell experienced a mix of praise and disdain for her comment.

Mike Gibbs, from Toronto, who has worked in medial relations for the government and as a political staffer, according to this Twitter bio, wrote:

‘Kim Campbell is one of Canada’s top experts on world politics from her academic work, advocacy, top cabinet roles, and personal experience as one of the only people on the planet who has ever sat at the G7 table. She knows what she’s talking about. Her critics do not.’

Campbell had quoted a tweet from Politico with her comment, where a reporter asked Trump, 'Do you have in mind a safety net for [federal workers] who need their checks? Those who need SSI [Supplemental Security Income]? Those who need Medicaid, what have you?'

Campbell had quoted a tweet from Politico with her comment, where a reporter asked Trump, ‘Do you have in mind a safety net for [federal workers] who need their checks? Those who need SSI [Supplemental Security Income]? Those who need Medicaid, what have you?’

Taking a more comical approach, in a reference to Trump’s ‘locker room talk,’ a person with the username @snoopmary wrote:

‘Anyone offended by a politician calling Trump a motherf**ker has never been in a ladies change room. Boys, if you can’t handle that, you should hear us while breast-feeding through cramps.’

That apparently resonated with the younger politicos in Canada, with a person with username @CrankyCentrist replying: 

‘As soon as I saw the Kim Campbell tweet, I was reminded why I totally would have voted for her… Except that in 1993 I was 12 years old #cdnpoli.’

Along those same lines, London, Ontario reporter Craig Needles wrote, sarcastically:

‘Have we considered that Kim Campbell may have been doing some locker room talk? That’s an acceptable excuse, right?’

Over social media, Campbell experienced a mix of praise and disdain for her comment. Mike Gibbs, from Toronto, who has worked in medial relations for the government and as a political staffer, came to her defense

Over social media, Campbell experienced a mix of praise and disdain for her comment. Mike Gibbs, from Toronto, who has worked in medial relations for the government and as a political staffer, came to her defense

Taking a more comical approach, in a reference to Trump's 'locker room talk,' a person with the username @snoopmary wrote: 'Anyone offended by a politician calling Trump a motherf**ker has never been in a ladies change room. Boys, if you can't handle that, you should hear us while breast-feeding through cramps'

Taking a more comical approach, in a reference to Trump’s ‘locker room talk,’ a person with the username @snoopmary wrote: ‘Anyone offended by a politician calling Trump a motherf**ker has never been in a ladies change room. Boys, if you can’t handle that, you should hear us while breast-feeding through cramps’

That apparently resonated with the younger politicos in Canada, as evidenced by a reply from a person with username @CrankyCentrist

That apparently resonated with the younger politicos in Canada, as evidenced by a reply from a person with username @CrankyCentrist

Along those same lines, London, Ontario reporter Craig Needles wrote, sarcastically: 'Have we considered that Kim Campbell may have been doing some locker room talk? That's an acceptable excuse, right?'

Along those same lines, London, Ontario reporter Craig Needles wrote, sarcastically: ‘Have we considered that Kim Campbell may have been doing some locker room talk? That’s an acceptable excuse, right?’

Another supporter tweeting under the username @KristenKP43 wrote: 'I tend to think referring to Trump as "President" is much more profane than referring to him as a "motherf**ker." As such, I agree with Kim Campbell, and f**k anyone who makes an issue out of a woman using profanity. #canpoli'

Another supporter tweeting under the username @KristenKP43 wrote: ‘I tend to think referring to Trump as “President” is much more profane than referring to him as a “motherf**ker.” As such, I agree with Kim Campbell, and f**k anyone who makes an issue out of a woman using profanity. #canpoli’

Another supporter tweeting under the username @KristenKP43 wrote: 

‘I tend to think referring to Trump as “President” is much more profane than referring to him as a “motherf**ker.” As such, I agree with Kim Campbell, and f**k anyone who makes an issue out of a woman using profanity. #canpoli’

But on the flip side, some were not happy with her choice of words, or her performance as a leader in Canada. 

A person listed as Jonathon Burt, from Toronto, tweeted: 

‘Kim Campbell was a total failure as a Prime Minister, so I don’t believe that she has the ability to critique anyone else on their performance.’

But on the flip side, some were not happy with her choice of words, or her performance as a leader in Canada. A person listed as Jonathon Burt, from Toronto, tweeted: 'Kim Campbell was a total failure as a Prime Minister, so I don't believe that she has the ability to critique anyone else on their performance'

But on the flip side, some were not happy with her choice of words, or her performance as a leader in Canada. A person listed as Jonathon Burt, from Toronto, tweeted: ‘Kim Campbell was a total failure as a Prime Minister, so I don’t believe that she has the ability to critique anyone else on their performance’

On Saturday, Twitter user listed as Ezra Levant under the handle @ezralevant wrote: 'This is a former prime minister of Canada, who presided over the worst election loss in Canadian history. She is a joke, an answer to a trivia question, and obviously a disgrace. But she is also a senior appointee of the current prime minister, Justin Trudeau, who abides her'

On Saturday, Twitter user listed as Ezra Levant under the handle @ezralevant wrote: ‘This is a former prime minister of Canada, who presided over the worst election loss in Canadian history. She is a joke, an answer to a trivia question, and obviously a disgrace. But she is also a senior appointee of the current prime minister, Justin Trudeau, who abides her’

Twitter user @shawncar100, who was listed as Shawn Carter, wrote: 'I can't wait until we can say who the hell is justin trudeau just like we say who the hell is kim campbell. Fade into obscurity please'

Twitter user @shawncar100, who was listed as Shawn Carter, wrote: ‘I can’t wait until we can say who the hell is justin trudeau just like we say who the hell is kim campbell. Fade into obscurity please’

On Saturday, Twitter user listed as Ezra Levant under the handle @ezralevant wrote:

‘This is a former prime minister of Canada, who presided over the worst election loss in Canadian history. She is a joke, an answer to a trivia question, and obviously a disgrace. But she is also a senior appointee of the current prime minister, Justin Trudeau, who abides her.’ 

Twitter user @shawncar100, who was listed as Shawn Carter, wrote: 

‘I can’t wait until we can say who the hell is justin trudeau just like we say who the hell is kim campbell. Fade into obscurity please.’

Hours after she hit publish on the first tweet, and after the mixed reviews poured in, Campbell wrote on Saturday: 

‘Re these responses to my tweet- the obscenity is in the embedded tweet!’

 

Hours after she hit publish on the first tweet, and after the mixed reviews poured in, Campbell wrote on Saturday: 'Re these responses to my tweet- the obscenity is in the embedded tweet!' Campbell is shown while Prime Minister of Canada, on December 13, 1993

Hours after she hit publish on the first tweet, and after the mixed reviews poured in, Campbell wrote on Saturday: ‘Re these responses to my tweet- the obscenity is in the embedded tweet!’ Campbell is shown while Prime Minister of Canada, on December 13, 1993

It seems Campbell was saying Trump's dismissal of the needs of federal workers to be paid was what was truly obscene, rather than her use of a curse word. In the post, Campbell had embedded a tweet containing a video of him ignoring the question from a reporter about what kind of support people going without paychecks could use to get by

It seems Campbell was saying Trump’s dismissal of the needs of federal workers to be paid was what was truly obscene, rather than her use of a curse word. In the post, Campbell had embedded a tweet containing a video of him ignoring the question from a reporter about what kind of support people going without paychecks could use to get by

Hours after she hit publish on the first tweet, and after the mixed reviews poured in, Campbell wrote on Saturday: 

‘Re these responses to my tweet- the obscenity is in the embedded tweet!’

It seems Campbell was saying Trump’s dismissal of the needs of federal workers to be paid was what was truly obscene, rather than her use of a curse word. 

In the post, Campbell had embedded a tweet containing a video of him ignoring the question from a reporter about what kind of support people going without paychecks could use to get by.

She added: ‘If you don’t get the reference to the comment by Congresswoman [Tlaib]- can’t help you. BTW I am MAGA compared to my pal, fmr Mexican Pres @VincenteFoxQue :)’

What Campbell meant by being ‘MAGA’ compared to Vicente Fox Quesada, RSerafO, who served as president of Mexico from December of 2000 to November of 2006 wasn’t immediately clear. 

As for Tlaib, who also received a mix of support and backlash for her choice of words, she doubled down on Twitter, refusing to apologize.

‘I will always speak truth to power. #unapologeticallyMe,’ she tweeted.

‘This is not just about Donald Trump,’ she said. ‘This is about all of us. In the face of this constitutional crisis, we must rise.’ 

Tlaib didn’t specify what constitutional crisis she was referring to. 

As for Tlaib, who also received a mix of support and backlash for her choice of words, she doubled down on Twitter, refusing to apologize. 'I will always speak truth to power. #unapologeticallyMe,' she tweeted

As for Tlaib, who also received a mix of support and backlash for her choice of words, she doubled down on Twitter, refusing to apologize. ‘I will always speak truth to power. #unapologeticallyMe,’ she tweeted

'This is not just about Donald Trump,' she said. 'This is about all of us. In the face of this constitutional crisis, we must rise.' Tlaib didn't specify what constitutional crisis she was referring to

‘This is not just about Donald Trump,’ she said. ‘This is about all of us. In the face of this constitutional crisis, we must rise.’ Tlaib didn’t specify what constitutional crisis she was referring to

Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy blasted her on Friday, and including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in the fray for not publicly disavowing the vulgarity.

‘Are the House majority going to be serious about anything?’ McCarthy asked reporters. 

Pelosi had told an MSNBC audience minutes earlier that she was ‘not in the censorship business,’ adding that Tlaib’s words were no worse than President Trump’s typical vernacular.

On Sunday, Levant tweeted again, reaffirming his critique of Campbell and  including a screenshot of her original tweet calling Trump a ‘motherf**ker.’

‘Kim Campbell, Canada’s disgraced former prime minister, finally deleted this tweet after doggedly defending it,’ he wrote.

‘Why did she take it down? Does she regret it? If so, why?’

Campbell did not immediately respond to asking why she deleted the initial tweet. 

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said of Tlaib's comment that she was 'not in the censorship business,' adding that Tlaib's words were no worse than President Trump's typical vernacular. Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) is pictured posing with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for a ceremonial swearing-in picture on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on January 3

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said of Tlaib’s comment that she was ‘not in the censorship business,’ adding that Tlaib’s words were no worse than President Trump’s typical vernacular. Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) is pictured posing with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for a ceremonial swearing-in picture on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on January 3

 

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