Premier infuriated by Trump, says Canada helped US amid 9/11

TORONTO (AP) — A Canadian premier of a province that sheltered thousands of stranded American airline passengers after the 9/11 attacks, questioned the humanity of U.S. President Donald Trump after Trump banned the export of N95 protective masks to Canada.

The conservative leader of another province compared it to one family member feasting while letting another starve.

Canadians across the country expressed hurt and disappointment that their neighbor and longstanding ally is blocking shipments of the masks that are desperately needed by healthcare workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic in both countries.

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