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Video: Trudeau Opponent Pierre Poilievre Smacks Down Liberal PM – ‘Seen As An International Embarrassment’

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November 16th 2023, 5:54 pm
Poilievre doesn't hold back, bashing Trudeau for among other things allowing a former Nazi into the Canadian parliament.
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is unfit to be representing Canada on the world stage, says Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) leader Pierre Poilievre.

Poilievre, who’s staging a bid to take over the prime minister’s seat slammed Trudeau in an interview going viral on social media, saying Israelis like much of the world aren’t really interested in meeting with him.

“There’s two Canadians being held hostage, to have those discussions in person, would that have been worthwhile?” the CPC leader was asked.

Poilievre didn’t hold back, bashing Trudeau for among other things allowing a former Nazi into the Canadian parliament.

“I don’t think that anyone in Israel would really, or in any other country…is really interested in meeting with Justin Trudeau these days,” Poilievre said. “He’s increasingly just seen as an international embarrassment.”

The conservative politician from Ontario proceeded to dress down Trudeau.

“He’s got an embarrassing dispute now that he’s losing with India. The Chinese government is running foreign police stations in our country. He invited a Nazi, or allowed a Nazi to be present for the Ukrainian president’s speech in parliament. He’s getting walked all over by the Americans on softwood lumber…by America policies.”

“…Five different G7 countries signed a statement on the Middle East and they didn’t even bother to let Trudeau know,” he continued.

“So do I think sending Justin Trudeau around the world for meetings would help? No,” he said, adding, “although I think a lot of Canadians would appreciate if his next trip was a one -way ticket.”

According to his campaign page, Poilievre “was one of the first voices to speak up against unscientific mandates and unacceptable limits on the freedoms of Canadians during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pierre believes that freedom is critical for this country and has pressed the government to commit to ending its politicized and divisive response.”

Meanwhile, in contrast, Trudeau has been promoting the new Covid booster jab.

The next election for Canadian prime minister is set to happen October 20, 2025, however, Politico notes, “An election could come as early as next year, or as late as the fall of 2025, depending on the durability of a governing agreement between the Liberals and the New Democratic Party.”

Here’s Poilievre’s full interview with CP24 from last month:



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