VIDEO: Joe Rogan ridicules Justin Trudeau over paper water bottle gaffe

“No! Listen to me, I don’t care how tired you are! Could you imagine if somebody asked me a question like that about my job?,” says Rogan.

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A recent episode of the extremely popular podcast The Joe Rogan Experience features a segment in which he and stand-up comedian guest Andrew Santino tear into the Canadian Prime Minister’s infamous “paper water bottle” comment.

“Did you see the sh*t with Justin Trudeau and the water bottle? Did you see that today?” asks Santino.

“What did he do, put it up his butt?” asked Joe Rogan.

“Justin Trudeau is asked about how he and his family are doing a better job at not using plastics and his response is so f*cking awful,” said Santino.

In the episode, which was viewed nearly a quarter of a million times, the clip of Justin Trudeau stuttering through his response to a reporter’s question about his family’s plastic use provokes podcast host Rogan to shout “you’re fired!” at the Prime Minister.

“No! Listen to me, I don’t care how tired you are! Could you imagine if somebody asked me a question like that about my job?” says Rogan.

The clip which was taken shortly after Trudeau announced that his government would ban single use plastics in Canada by 2021.

In the clip Trudeau is heard saying: “We have recently switched to drinking water bottles out of … water out of … when we have water bottles out of plastic. Sorry! Away from plastic  towards paper like drink-box water bottles sort of things.”

“I would have a thought! I would have f*cking thought that sh*t through. He didn’t think that sh*t through at all, and he’s also thinking about getting caught in a lie,” said Rogan about the Prime Minister’s comments.


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