With the PM showing the substance-averse reflex of a guy who wants to campaign on a shoe shine and a smile, Canadians might be about to see the second peek-a-boo election featuring a Trudeau. Lots of photo ops, few interviews or debates. It worked like a charm back in 1980 for his father. This time around, I wouldn’t bet the farm.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on Patriot Act hosted by comedian Hasan Minaj on Netflix aired on Sept. 2. As Mr. Minhaj put it during this hilarious interview with the PM, buying a pipeline to save the planet was like using red wine to whiten your teeth. Screen shot of Patriot Act
HALIFAX—I don’t know if Justin Trudeau is going to win this October’s election or not, but his imitation of Baghdad Bob to begin the campaign is a bad omen.
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