Watch: Canadian PM Trudeau Admits Discussing Afghanistan Debacle with Hillary Clinton

When did Hillary Clinton become US ambassador to Canada?

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he discussed the Afghanistan fallout with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, amid reports Joe Biden hadn’t spoken to any world leaders.

“I also spoke last night with former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Clinton,” Trudeau stated on Tuesday, saying she “shares our concern for Afghan women and girls.”

“She welcomed our efforts and urged Canada to continue our work,” Trudeau added.

Did we miss something? When did Hillary Clinton become the US ambassador to Canada? Could this be a violation of the Logan Act?

The bizarre admission came one day after cabinet officials admitted Joe Biden hadn’t yet discussed the debacle with any world leaders.

“He has not yet spoken with any other world leaders,” White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters Tuesday, adding that he, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and other foreign policy wonks are acting as Biden’s proxies.

Not so coincidentally, Hillary and former President Bill Clinton were both “vacationing” in Quebec over the weekend, so it’s possible she spoke with Trudeau in person.

News of the discussion with Clinton comes as rumors swirl that Kamala Harris has reportedly discussed invoking the 25th Amendment against Biden following the botched pullout of Afghanistan.

If that turns out to be the case, and Kamala assumes the presidency, it could potentially leave a VP vacancy for Hillary should Harris choose to nominate her.

Section 2 of the 25th Amendment states: “Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress.”

We can almost hear the cackling growing louder.

And you thought it couldn’t get any worse.

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