By
G. McConway
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November 17, 2022

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Gets Torched by President Xi at G20 Summit

President Xi was the clear Alpha during the G20 Summit.

Joe Biden was too scared to bring up actual issues, so he talked about climate change and food security, whatever that is.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau decided to go in for a handshake, and he took an even worse beatdown.

Leaker!

Xi had no problem calling Trudeau out in front of the entire room.

Trudeau has apparently been leaking conversations and twisting the facts.

To that point, as he approached Xi, he was told, "Everything we discussed has been leaked to the paper.

"That is not appropriate, and we didn't do it that way.

"If there is sincerity, we can communicate well with mutual respect, otherwise the outcome will not be easy to tell."

Trudeau was walking funny after he walked away from this exchange…

The conversation Xi was apparently referring to was Trudeau accusing him of interfering in Canadian elections.

After the meeting, Trudeau told reporters that "not every conversation is going to be easy."

He continued, "I think it's important that Canadians in a democracy, that citizens in a democracy, be apprised of the work that leaders are doing on their behalf.

"And I won't shy away from being open with Canadians, even as we discuss important and sometimes delicate subjects​."

Trudeau has never had a reputation for being a tough guy, and that exchange surely will not help his case.

Source: New York Post

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