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Time's 100 Most Influential People List Includes Trump, Biden & Harris But Not Trudeau

The list for Time's 100 most influential people of 2021 has been released and while Justin Trudeau's American counterpart was included, he didn't make the cut this time.

U.S. President Joe Biden was included in the part of the list dedicated to leaders along with U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris, Donald Trump and other American and international politicians.

The TIME100 list for 2021 uses different categories including leaders, icons, pioneers, titans, artists and innovators to showcase the year's most influential people.

Along with Biden, Harris and Trump, a few of the other household names honoured by the magazine are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Elon Musk, Billie Eilish, Simone Biles, Kate Winslet, Lil Nas X, Britney Spears, Daniel Kaluuya and Naomi Osaka.

Despite not making the cut in 2021, Trudeau has been included on the most influential people list before in both 2018 and 2016.

Not even 48 hours after being re-elected as Canada's prime minister, a video of Justin Trudeau attempting (and failing) to say the acronym LGBTQ2+ has gone viral.

The clip shows the PM speaking on the campaign trail in Mississauga, ahead of the federal election on September 20, responding to a question about the rise in hate over the past few years.

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Doug Ford's Daughter Goes On Another Rant About Vaccines & Slams The Elections (VIDEO)

Krista Ford Haynes is spreading controversial messages once again.

The 2021 Federal Election took place on September 20 with Justin Trudeau winning a Liberal minority government, and the following morning Premier Doug Ford's daughter Krista Ford Haynes had some things to say on her Instagram.

"Good morning, everyone. Happy Tuesday. As we could have all expected, the Liberal government won last night with a minority government," said Haynes in a video posted to Instagram.

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You might've seen the hilariously spot-on Justin Trudeau impressions on TikTok by user Stephen Kalyn. Now, the two guys have finally met — and it turns out that the PM has seen the videos!

At one of Trudeau's campaign stops, the pair got to talk about the impersonations Kalyn has done and the prime minister even had a compliment for his lookalike. "Great hair," Trudeau said, to which Kalyn responded that "it's like looking in a mirror."

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These World Leaders Are Giving Props To Justin Trudeau After His Federal Election Win

"The UK and Canada are great friends..." 🇬🇧🇨🇦

Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau has been re-elected as Canada's prime minister, and leaders from around the world are sending their congratulations.

According to a briefing from the White House, U.S. President Joe Biden spoke with Trudeau on a phone call.

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