Lately, in the eyes of some Canadians, it seems like Justin Trudeau can't do anything right. Even today, when people everywhere are drinking green beer and celebrating St. Patrick's Day, Canadians are ripping Justin Trudeau apart over his St. Patrick's Day tweet. Some people are even calling it cultural appropriation.\nAs with any Prime Minister, there are people in Canada who don't like Justin Trudeau, but this has gotten even worse for him since the SNC-Lavalin affair. With allegations that the Prime Minister's office pressured the former attorney general to make a deal with SNC-Lavalin, people across the country have been calling for Trudeau to resign, no matter what he does.\nREAD ALSO: McDonald's Canada Brings Back Shamrock Shake For St. Patrick's Day\nThat's why when the Prime Minister took to Twitter to wish Canadians a happy St. Patrick's Day, the calls for him to resign were seen throughout the responses. While some people joined the PM in celebrating, others took the opportunity to express their hate towards him. On top of that, though, some people are even deeming the tweet cultural appropriation.\nThose comments come because, in his tweet, Justin Trudeau wished a happy St. Patrick's Day "to all Canadians of Irish descent – and those who are Irish for the day." It's that last bit that people have a problem with.\nTo all Canadians of Irish descent – and those who are Irish for the day – Happy #StPatricksDay! https://t.co/3RK8hTA1mz\n— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) March 17, 2019\nSome people believe that those who pretend to be Irish or don green clothing and dress like leprechauns today are appropriating Irish culture, and they say Justin Trudeau is encouraging this with his "Irish for a day" comment.\nThe ones who are “Irish for today” need to stop appropriating my culture.\n— Jay of the Dead (@JayoftheDead) March 17, 2019\nIrish for the day?!?Excuse me sir, this is alarming cultural appropriation!!\n— Brandon 🧐 (@brandonraustin) March 17, 2019\nSt Patrick is a Catholic saint so you might want to wish all Catholics as well since you are so inclusive\n— Shania (@shaniafernand99) March 17, 2019\nCultural appropriation according to your ideology\n— MTADTA (@mrwbear) March 17, 2019\nOthers are also taking advantage of the tweet to demand that Justin Trudeau apologizes to Irish people for how they were treated when they first came to Canada.\nGive the Irish reparations\n— John TV (@johntvolpe) March 17, 2019\nShouldn't you apologize to the Irish people for the way they were treated when they immigrated here? They were often virtually enslaved, cheated on land, had their farms burned to the ground because they were Catholic. See if you can squeeze this in today will you. Thanks.\n— Fred Ford (@FredFord46) March 17, 2019\nOf course, others are simply expressing their general hatred towards Trudeau.\nIrish you would resign.\n— Adam (@adamjrcorbett) March 17, 2019\nI got a headstart, started drinking heavily October 19, 2015. 🍻🍺😁\n— WasOnceaProudCanadia (@canadian000) March 17, 2019\nMay all the hard-working Irish fight to ensure you don’t see a second term!! And I’ll drink to that! 🍻☘️ #SNCLavalin #TrudeauMustGo #beer #cdnpoli\n— Mister Quagmiiller (@quagmiiller) March 17, 2019\nREAD ALSO: TTC Is Offering Free Rides On These Lines For St Patricks Day\nNone the less, Trudeau and his Liberal Party both wished Canadians a Happy St. Patrick's Day on Twitter this morning.