Macleans Magazine Did Trudeau So Dirty With Their Latest Cover Photo
The new cover story in the world-renowned Canadian magazine, Maclean's, is focusing on the alleged "stumbles and setbacks" within the Liberal party.
And the cover story and photo for the most recent issue trolls our Prime Minister so badly. Titled "Justin Trudeau's mid-life crisis," the story covers some of the less-savoury aspects of Trudeau's leadership, including the controversy surrounding Finance Minister Bill Morneau and Heritage Minister Melanie Joly respectively.
But it's not the verbal criticism of Trudeau that did him so bad. The cover photo, representing the PM's supposed "mid-life crisis" takes these jabs to a whole new level.
The illustration, by Stephen Gregory and Heshmat Saberi, definitely looks inspired by Trudeau's father, Pierre Elliott, and honestly this older representation of the PM (despite how unflattering it is) looks eerily similar to his father.
Even if we don't agree with your article, Macleans, you have caught our attention. Well done.