Of course he is.
Common sense would dictate that Justin Trudeau avoids associating himself with the Aga Khan as much as possible.
After all, Trudeau was found to be the first PM to violate an ethics statute while in office when the ethics commissioner issued a ruling on Justin’s visit to the Aga Khan’s private island.
Trudeau accepted transport on the Aga Khan’s private helicopter, didn’t recuse from potential conflicts of interest, and didn’t clear the trip with the ethics commissioner ahead of time. Plus, the Aga Khan foundation lobbies the federal government, and has received taxpayer money.
And yet, Trudeau is arrogant enough to think that he can get away with attending a dinner for the Aga Khan’s diamond jubilee without anyone bringing up the scandal.
The smart thing for Trudeau to do would be to meet with regular Canadians instead of attending the dinner. Trudeau is already perceived by millions of Canadians as serving the elites at the expense of most Canadians, and attending the dinner will only make that perception get stronger. Yet, Trudeau has no interest in serving regular Canadians, or in meeting the actual people of this country.
He’s right at home at dinners with billionaires and global elites, and that’s the life he’ll go back to once his time in office is up. As for us, we get to pay more for our dinners and everything else as Trudeau’s taxes take an even bigger bite out of our paycheques.
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