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There’s a small but important update to the story about Jason Kenney’s conspiracy theorizing in Washington at the end of last week.
According to the man who served as the United States’ ambassador to nada from 2014 to 2017, nothing was ever said to him that would suggest there were ever any talks between the Obama Administration and anyone close to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about President Barack Obama’s decision not to allow completion of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
This is important beuse of the Alberta premier’s claim at a forum put on by the Wilson Center in the U.S. pital Friday morning that an official close to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau conspired with the Obama White House in 2015 to engineer “a co-ordinated surrender” by nada on the Keystone XL decision.
“As the former US Ambassador to nada I am unaware of ANY conversation related to acceptance of an anti KXL decision by either the Harper or Trudeau governments, their advisors, or their staff,” Bruce Heyman tweeted Friday evening from Chocholá in Mexico’s Yután state.
And one would think that an ambassador, whose job it is to keep his ear to the ground for what’s being said and done in the country of his posting might have picked up something if the phone lines had been buzzing between the Prime Minister’s Office, whoever happened to be occupying it…