Weird News An 11-year-old was devastated when no one came to his birthday party. Then Justin Trudeau, Zach Braff, and Ben Stiller made it the best day ever.
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Kade Foster was excited to celebrate his 11th birthday. The Canadian kid had organized a hockey-themed party, replete with a Toronto Maple Leafs cake. That's his favorite team, after all.
But as Saturday came and went, none of Kade's guests showed up to the festivities. To help his devastated son cope, Jason Fosterposing with his Maple Leafs T-shirt and cake, and asked people to wish Kade a happy birthday.
My son Kade had his 11th birthday party last night. None of his invited friends came. That hurt. I’m asking my Twitter friends to show him some love today. If you have a minute, please send him a birthday wish.
Justin Trudeau Wore Brownface at 2001 ‘Arabian Nights’ Party While He Taught at a Private School, Canada's Liberal Party Admits
Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, wore brownface makeup to a party at the private school where he was teaching in the spring of 2001. TIME has obtained a photograph of the incident. The photograph has not been previously reported. The picture was taken at an “Arabian Nights”-themed gala. It shows Trudeau, then the 29-year-old son of the late former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, wearing a turban and robes with his face, neck and hands completely darkened. The photograph appears in the 2000-2001 yearbook of West Point Grey Academy, a private day school where Trudeau was a teacher.— Jason Foster (@NLWildlife)
He tagged two Maple Leafs players, John Tavares and Mitch Marner, on the off chance that they may see his message.
Marner and Tavares got the message and responded. So did thousands of other people - including famous actors and politicians - as the tweet went viral over the weekend, and Kade's name started trending across the US and Canada.
Tavares, captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs, tweeted that the team is looking forward to celebrating with Kade. Mitch Marner, alternate captain of the team, told Kade that they have a "surprise" in store for their special fan.The viral tweet even reached Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wished Kade a happy birthday. Morgan Reily, another Maple Leafs player, called Kade a "beast." Chris Nilan, a former Canadian NHL player, encouraged Kade to "keep your head up."
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Actor Zach Braff joked about his lack of sports knowledge
The "Scrubs" star made a joke about not knowing anything about hockey and wished Kade well. Ben Stiller, another Hollywood A-lister, also joined in. He wished Kade a happy birthday and admitted to not playing hockey.
In the end, Foster's tweet got more than 177,000 likes and over 25,000 retweets. Overwhelmed and bolstered by the response, Kade's father followed up by thanking everyone who took time to wish his son a happy birthday. He said Kade is an "amazing son and he will never forget this day."
We can’t comprehend what has happened today. Kade and the rest of us are just amazed. To EVERYONE who sent Kade a message - thank you from the bottom of our hearts. He is an amazing son and he will never forget this day.— Jason Foster (@NLWildlife)
Trump calls Trudeau 'two-faced' at NATO summit as candid chat goes viral .
NATO leaders professed unity on Wednesday at a summit near London — but a spat over off-the-cuff chit chat at a royal reception rattled their show of solidarity. U.S. President Donald Trump branded the leader of America’s northern neighbor “two-faced” after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared to gossip about Trump in comments caught on camera and microphone. Trudeau was seen standing in a huddle with French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Britain’s Princess Anne, daughter of Queen Elizabeth II, at Tuesday evening’s Buckingham Palace reception for NATO leaders.