During a lunch interview with Global News’ Laura Stone, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau’s wife Sophie Gregoire had this to say when asked about Trudeau denying there was ever an extramarital affair:
“Ask if whatever happened in our lives – I’m not saying it did or didn’t – as if we would answer that.”
The latest tweets from @CanadianPM. Justin Trudeau's wife has confessed that living with the Canadian Prime Minister and their three children while she was battling COVID-19 was 'not easy'. Like families around the world, the.
She puts down her fork and looks across the table.
“I can tell you right away that no marriage is easy,” she says.
“I’m almost kind of proud of the fact that we’ve had hardship, yes, because we want authenticity. We want truth. We want to grow closer as individuals through our lifetime and we’re both dreamers and we want to be together for as long as we can.
“I’m happy that we had to go through that.” (see here)
“The Great Reset” began trending on Twitter after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the coronavirus pandemic had provided an “opportunity for a reset.” Trudeau made the comments during a United Nations video conference back in September, but they are only just receiving attention. Melania Trump, 49, just couldn’t keep her eyes or hands off Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, 47 at the G7 Summit Biarritz, France on Sunday, August 25. The First Lady was accompanying her.
Tell me she didn’t basically admit it.
Justin Trudeau Twitter If Your Results
The Conservative Party of Canada tweeted what was supposed to be an attack ad on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party this morning. However, instead of delivering an insult on job creation, the Conservative Twitter account wound up praising the selflessness of Trudeau and his party.
Justin Trudeau Twitter Quarantine
“Justin Trudeau and the Liberals are more worried about saving Canadian jobs than their own.”
Justin Trudeau Twitter Mandatory Quarantine—Conservative Party, Twitter
The image in the post includes the text, “Let’s talk about jobs, not ballots,” which also comes across as a very poor attempt at a jab. According to the CBC Poll Tracker, if a federal election were held today, the Liberal party could narrowly win a majority government.
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