'F*ck Trudeau:' Trudeau heckled in London

Protestors appeared outside 10 Downing Street in London, where they could be heard chanting "f*ck Trudeau."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal QC

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau travelled to the United Kingdom to meet with world leaders, holding a press conference on Monday with UK PM Boris Johnson and Dutch PM Mark Rutte.

Protestors appeared outside 10 Downing Street in London,  where they could be heard chanting "f*ck Trudeau."

Another protestor was seen holding a sign that read "Puppet Trudeau" with the other side reading "Free Tamara," referring to Tamara Lich, the freedom convoy organizer who was recently denied bail and brought through her courtroom appearance in shackles.

Recent polling has shown that the prime minister is not very popular, even in his own country. Half of Canadians recently said that Trudeau was not up for the job.

A new poll from Maru Public Opinion finds that in response to the Freedom Convoy, “a majority (53%) of Canadians think the Prime Minister has looked weak in the face of threats to the country.”

"Just 16 percent of Canadians say they would vote for the prime minister based on how he has dealt with the situation, as opposed to the 63 percent who say they wouldn’t," reported TNC.

“The last time I’ve seen numbers even close to this were in the final days of Brian Mulroney,” said Maru executive vice-president John Wright. “I think this could cost him (Trudeau) his job.”


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