CONTRAST: Unlike Trudeau, Scheer Visits India Without Acting Like A Total Idiot (PHOTOS)

How tough was that?

We all remember Justin Trudeau’s totally disastrous India trip.

Among the endless debacles on the trip was Trudeau’s heavily ridiculed garb.

Trudeau and his wife dressed up so much that many people in India condemned their outfits, noting that most people in the country didn’t dress in Trudeau’s vision of ‘traditional’ style.

Among the photos for which Trudeau was heavily mocked is the one below:

Trudeau - India Vacation Disaster

Scheer shows how easy it is to not look like an idiot.

In an effort do undo some of the damage from Trudeau’s disastrous trip, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer went to India.

And in the photos below, you can see how easy it is for a leader to act like a regular person and avoid embarrassing themselves:

Also of note, the fact that India’s President met with Canada’s Opposition Leader is very important. India has not been happy with Trudeau, particularly because of Trudeau’s weakness on Khalistani terrorism and weakness on Islamist terror, both of which are big threats to India.

Andrew Scheer’s visit offers the opportunity of Canada-strengthening our ties with India, which is essential for our country going forward. As the world’s largest democracy, India shares many values with Canada, and is a young and growing market for Canadian goods.

And unlike China’s Communist regime, Canada can get closer to India without compromising what our nation stands for.

Scheer’s visit also showed something else: How nice it would be to have a PM who can represent Canada with class and act like an adult when dealing with other nations.

Spencer Fernando

Photos – Twitter

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NancyW

Wow do you think the big debt leftie “kids” in Canada will vote for an adult, they do not realize yet, that we will not have a country if we do not vote for Andrew Scheer. Make us proud again Mr. Scheer, Make us whole and united again, Andrew Scheer. Vote Conservative to save our Canada, 2019

Ron Voss

Not hard not to act like a total idiot when Trudeau has set the bar so low.

niclal

NOT tough …..for the sane !!

shawn harris

Trudeau continues to fail to comprehend and understand the old but still true saying , you reap what you sow. Trudeau thought of himself as being clever, but wound up being condescending, arrogant and insulting toward all Indians, especially the Indian PM and his government. Whereas Scheer, like Harper before him , knew very well how you should treat a country and its leader, with respect, honour and decency. Trudeau is so tightly wrapped up in his fantasy world of political correctness, that he doesn’t care to see the damage he is doing or how he is viewed by his… Read more »

alan skelhorne

god bless mr. scheer.

Del

Isn’t this the same President that didn’t meet Trudeau until he was leaving because he was so happy the costumed clown was going home?

Wendy Lush

Of note during Trudeau’s disastrous junket to India was his patronizing and inappropriate costumes and dancing – the most cringe-worthy dance moves of a world leader since Boris Yeltsin’s drunken meltdowns in the Nineties. One can only wonder what the Indian hosts and dignitaries were really thinking.

A plastered Boris almost outdoes the Cringemeister himself. Almost. You be the judge..

[Warning: extreme cringe factor]

“Canadian PM Justin Trudeau performs dance to Bhangra beats in India”
youtube.com/watch?v=D2iFlTHf_nM

“Best of drunk Boris Yeltsin!”
youtube.com/watch?v=v9YnDirqwT4

Ken (Kulak)

Everything Trudeau touches turns into a circus clown act. After all the abuse Trudeau and his grade nine class heaped on Trump it was beautiful watching the video clip of President Trump snubbing Trudeau’s efforts to talk to him at the UN.

I have been quite disappointed in Scheer in many areas but he is miles ahead of Trudeau in the art of diplomacy and engaging foreign leaders.