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看看meek and mild 的出处/典故，蛮有宗教色彩和文艺范儿啊。
He was telling Donald Trump about the basics.
@小 篆 @ccc 大V们有什么入神的翻译么？ 我回头拿去朋友圈里的瑟一下？ 他们跟俺一样，估计都是字面。
@冷笑十声 @明牧师 认真的，给讲讲典故？
Mulroney says he's 'never seen anything' like Trump surrogates' attacks on Trudeau
Former PM says Canada needs to ignore noise from White House and concentrate on NAFTA talks
Former prime minister Brian Mulroney said today weekend attacks on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by surrogates of U.S. President Donald Trump were unprecedented — but Canadian negotiators shouldn't let the remarks throw them off their trade strategy.
Mulroney — who was prime minister when both the original Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement and the North American Free Trade Agreement were negotiated — said the Canadian side must not let static from the White House distract from the more serious business of managing the trade relationship with the U.S. and completing high-stakes negotiations on a new NAFTA accord.
"I've never seen language like this. Least of all from subordinates of the president directed at the prime minister of their greatest friend and ally," he said. "This, I've never seen before. Nor has anybody else."
Mulroney also said Trudeau's words in the closing hours of the G7 summit in Charlevoix, Que. — the ones that seemed to have sent the president into a rage — were hardly unexpected.
"All Mr. Trudeau was doing was, in a rather gentle way, articulating the position of his government, which would be the position of any Canadian government in these circumstances," he said.
"So I don't view it as lethal.... International negotiations, they have their ebbs and flows. This is an ebb."
The former PM said Trudeau would be wise to steer clear of engaging in a Twitter brawl with the president, and added the government's plan to impose retaliatory tariffs on U.S. products is a sensible response.
"Somebody puts a tariff on your products, you put a tariff on theirs. Now, how it's received on the other side is something else — but that's life."
Canada-U.S. relations seemed to have reached their lowest point in more than a generation after Trump tweeted Saturday that he was withdrawing support from a G7 joint communique, while complaining he had been blindsided by Trudeau's criticism of U.S. tariffs at a closing G7 news conference.
As he flew from Canada to Singapore Saturday night, Trump took to Twitter to label Trudeau "dishonest" and "weak."
Trump's advisers piled on over the weekend, with White House trade adviser Peter Navarro telling Fox News that "there's a special place in hell" for Trudeau. Trump's economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, suggested Trudeau's comments somehow made the president look weak on the eve of a summit meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
"POTUS is not going to let a Canadian prime minister push him around … on the eve of this," Kudlow said. "Kim must not see American weakness."
MPs unite to condemn Trump's tariffs, verbal attacks
NDP motion backs Liberal government's position, supports supply management
MPs set aside their partisan stripes today, uniting to adopt a New Democrat motion to oppose U.S. President Donald Trump's trade tariffs and verbal attacks, and to respond with steep duties on American products.
The symbolic motion from NDP trade critic Tracey Ramsey called on the House to "stand in solidarity" with the Liberal government in its decision to retaliate against "illegitimate" tariffs imposed by the U.S. government on steel and aluminum imports. She said it is critical to stand in unity at this "difficult moment in time."
Trudeau government working on retaliation plan in event U.S. imposes auto tariffs
Canadian dollar lower after Trump attacks Trudeau over tariffs
The motion also rejects disparaging personal attacks by U.S. officials, saying they "do a disservice to bilateral relations and work against efforts to resolve this trade dispute."
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The motion also also says MPs "remain united in support of Canadian farmers and supply management, which is integral for dairy, chicken, turkey and egg farming."
LeBlanc thanks MPs for backing PM
Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc responds during Question Period to Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen's question regarding the escalating trade war between Canada and the United States. 1:25
The united front comes after an extraordinary weekend in international diplomacy. After his decision to impose tariffs on Canada was criticized in public by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during the the G7 summit in Charlevoix, Que., Trump berated Trudeau on Twitter, calling him "dishonest" and "weak." A number of top Trump officials continued the tirade on national television over the weekend.
Chief presidential economic adviser Larry Kudlow described Trudeau as a double-crosser who had betrayed the U.S. and weakened Trump's position going in to de-nuclearization talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore.
Conciliatory tone in Commons
"There's a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with President Donald J. Trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door," White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said in another interview Sunday.
The daily question period in the House of Commons, normally a forum for hyper-partisan exchanges, began today on a conciliatory note. Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen said Canadians watched the weekend's events unfold with "shock and dismay" as Trump hurled insults and threatened more tariffs.
Rift between Trump & Trudeau could be first step towards a recession, warns former foreign affairs minister
Americans show their support for Canada with #ThanksCanada after Trump-Trudeau conflict over tariffs
"We are all Canadians first, and we will stand with Canadian workers and the families impacted by this escalating trade war," she said.
Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc welcomed the support and said the government will continue to fight for Canada's interests.
"We will always stand with Canadian workers and thank our colleagues opposite for their support," he said.
The NDP motion also called on the House to recognize the importance of Canada's "long-standing, mutually beneficial" trading relationship with the U.S., and to stand with Canadian workers and communities that depend on trade ties.
NDP move motion to stand in solitary against U.S. tariffs
MPs vote in favour of NDP MP Tracey Ramsey's motion to stand in solidarity with the Canadian government's plans for retaliatory tariffs against the United States.
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本人的一个2bedroom condo 招租，有一个申请人提出申请，说自己是single lady，是个pastor,帮助穷人的工作，自己也能拿到section8，政府要她到我这个区域工作三年，可签三年长约。当时看她税表上有7万收入，本人credit分数7百多，就签了offer to lease form，回绝了其他申请人， 并按政府section8规定约在5月30日inspection。之后开始出问题。先是除了inspection report提出的维修之外她又提出要我repaint the unit. 我说念她住三年我可以repaint kitchen，并 touch paint 其它几个room。然后6月6日第二次inspection, 上次report上的问题我全修了，safety 通过，但她提出更多额外要求，比如擦电器，擦前后窗，门，去除车库的oil tank的味道等，我回她我 不再修了，如果不喜欢，我就把房子重新放到market上(我已投入几百元并粉刷了厨房)，结果昨天她的agent又来信给我的agent说她有残疾，她的要求都是合理的，她还又一个living aide 要入住(以前没提这些，并且申请时只说一个人入住)并提出更多要求，比如换掉所有纱窗，再清洗一遍地毯，厨房颜色不好要重新刷，只付一个月deposit 等一个长list.
现在我的问题是1)她开始playing disability card，我要怎样回应才不会有麻烦？
2)没有签lease，回绝她，她可能的行动会怎样？ worst case