Justin Trudeau Thinks Pineapple On Pizza Is 'A Delicious National Treasure'

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Pineapple On Pizza Is 'A Delicious National Treasure' Says Trudeau

Justin Trudeau has reaffirmed his love for pineapple on pizza and called it "a delicious national treasure." 

He replied to a tweet from Ottawa Public Health about how every time they said pineapple doesn't belong on pizza, it was a lie.

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Trudeau agreed with the sentiment of it being a national treasure, and it isn't the first time he's shown his love for this food.

"I have a pineapple. I have a pizza. And I stand behind this delicious Southwestern Ontario creation," he tweeted in 2017. 

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