Menu for the 1974 State Dinner for Canada:
Good Friends Discussing Their Differences
After finishing their hazelnut mousse and coffee the two leaders exchanged toasts.
President Ford shared an anecdote about his first trip outside of the United States to Windsor and commented on how he enjoyed skiing in Canada. Although he did not mention it during his toast, his prepared remarks also included the fun fact that he and Prime Minister Trudeau were probably “the only two heads of government ever to be photographed on trampolines in the same year.”
In a more serious vein, President Ford noted how cordial relations between the countries remained even when discussing their differences. “We often say in the Congress that you can disagree without being disagreeable, and that is the way I think our relations between your country and ours has proceeded in the past, and I hope will proceed in the future,” he said.
Too accurate to be ignored.
yes this is my kind of art
This is the sort of art that requires you to look at it a second or third time - or several times - just to appreciate the realities it conveys.
That moment when you don’t want a conversation to end but don’t know what else to say
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I was in tears by the end.