Mixed reaction as Trudeau graces the cover of Rolling Stone
By Shruti ShekarJul. 31, 2017
On the cover of the Rolling Stone: On July 26, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau became the first Canadian politician to appear on Rolling Stone magazine, stirring up reaction from politicos and journalists. Photograph courtesy of Rolling Stone magazine
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau became the first Canadian politician to grace the cover of Rolling Stone magazine last week, and it caused a slew of mixed reaction from the opposition, reporters, and politicos.
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