The Spectator has joined the Telegraph in condemning the increasingly unpopular Trudeau.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau continues to take beatings in the international press, this time with the Spectator in England taking some shots.
The article, written by Michael Taube, asks the question: Is the game up for Justin Trudeau?
In the dog days of summer, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government are skating on thin ice once more.
An August 18-23 national survey by Abacus Data of 2,189 adults revealed that 56 per cent of respondents believed he ‘should step down’ rather than run again for re-election.
Only 27 per cent felt he should stay, and 17 per cent were unsure.
For Trudeau, who has led the Liberals since 2013 and been PM since 2015, this is a real kick in the political backside.
The Canadian public is clearly tired of his ineffective, mediocre leadership and want him to return to private life.
Read the full article by Michael Taube of the Spectator here.
Previously, the Telegraph had some strong words for the sitting prime minister. Even domestic outlets that Trudeau “joked” about bribing have begun to disobey their marching orders, reporting negatively albeit truthfully on the prime minister.
International outlets, such as Fox News in America and the Telegraph in England, have lead the charge in providing damning reports on Justin Trudeau.
As the walls continue to close on Trudeau, it appears even his paid propagandists are jumping ship and writing unusually negative reports.
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