Oct 20, 2015

John Oliver chides Americans for being unaware of Canada's 'historic' election, then chides Canada

This is how John Oliver introduced his deep dive into Canada's national elections on Sunday's Last Week Tonight: "Canada, the country you think about so little. That's it, end of sentence." This is a shame, he added, since Canada is the United States' largest trading partner and shares with it the world's longest national border. "That makes it a little sad," he added, that most viewers in the...

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