One of Canada’s high enterprise leaders has lashed out at US President Donald Trump over the taking pictures down of an airliner by Iran final week.
Maple Leaf Foods chief executive Michael McCain said his colleague’s wife and son had been amongst the 57 Canadians who died.
With out explicitly naming Mr Trump, he urged “a narcissist in Washington” within the kill precipitated the air tragedy.
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has vowed to “pursue justice” with Iran.
In a thread on the firm Twitter story, Mr McCain said: “US authorities leaders unconstrained by checks/balances, concocted an unwell-conceived conception to divert focal level from political woes.”
Mr McCain, whose firm employs higher than 11,000 of us, said the loss of life of his colleague’s household changed into once “the collateral injury of this irresponsible, dreadful, unwell-conceived behaviour”.
He moreover criticised US efforts to dismantle the 2015 nuclear deal between world powers and Iran.
On Saturday, Iran said it “unintentionally” shot down the Ukrainian aircraft.
The shocking blunder came hours after Iran launched missile strikes on two airbases housing US forces in Iraq in retaliation for a US drone strike that killed Iranian Gen Qasem Soleimani.