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Fellow Americans: Thanks Canada

fellow americans: Thanks Canada for Putting up with your crazy southern neighbors, wrote U.S. user named Meara Larine early Monday, according to CTV. The trending hashtags seem to have been started by Los Angeles-based writer David Wild. In an extensive tirade, Trump pulled out of the G7 Communique agreement and criticized Trudeau for a closing press conference in which he said he would impose retaliatory measures in response to steel and aluminum tariffs imposed by the U.S. The new tweets, which use the hashtags Thank Canada and Thanks Canada, mention a wide range of Canadian entertainment talent, while others simply acknowledge Canadian kindness. My Fellow Americans, he wrote in a tweet Sunday, let's all Thank Canada for things we love they've brought to our lives. Earlier on Sunday the writer tweeted a different hashtag Blame Canada, referencing a popular song from the 1999 South Park animated musical. He cited Canadian musical and comedy icons, including SCTV, The Kids in the Hall, Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, among others. ( As reported in the news.