Only Trump could trample Winnipeg kids' vision of Minnesota after Thunder Bay art show
Two young boys from Winnipeg were enchanted by children's artwork of Duluth, Minnesota at an art show in its sister city of Thunder Bay, Ont., but say their delight could be dampened if Donald Trump becomes president.
The show, which runs until Aug. 31 at the Baggage Building Art Centre, features work by Duluth middle school students ranging in age from 11 to 14.
Brothers Yunus and Kaleem Siddiqui, who were visiting Thunder Bay from Winnipeg on Thursday, said the paintings and collages made them think Duluth is "very beautiful."
Asked if the paintings made the brothers want to visit Duluth, they said yes, but with one caveat.
"The one reason I wouldn't want to go to Duluth is if Donald Trump wins the election," said Kaleem, who is nine.
Selected comments (on the CBC website) about this story:
- Reporting a children's art show, twisted into an anti-Trump political statement.
- I hope that Trump sues the CBC for defamation. Honestly, this reporting could not get any worse. The lack of integrity and ethics being shown by the CBC is astounding.
- What a ridiculous article. How he hell would children know anything about American politics? Obviously, someone has put these two up to it.
- New low regarding this article. Using kids to attack Mr. Trump. Disgusting to say the least.