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Justin Trudeau is back and he is directly addressing your children again. After unwittingly becoming a creepy meme with his Mother's Day message to Canada's children yesterday, our prime minister has decided to double down on addressing the nation's children by offering to help with their homework.
Here's Trudeau's Sunday message to Canada's children: "Hey, kids! I know we're all going through a difficult time right now and it's not made any easier by the fact that you have to do your homework around the kitchen table. I think parents around the country are discovering a new appreciation for the incredible work teachers do. Well, as a teacher, I want to help. If you've encountered challenges or problems that are really tough and you need a little extra help with, why don't you reach out by responding to this message or using the hashtag [#CanadaHomeworkHelp]? My friends and I will be happy to try to help because after all, the way we're going to get through this is by pulling together."
On Saturday, Trudeau looked directly into the camera, and asked the mothers to leave the room so he could talk to their kids alone. The result was a meme that went mega viral throughout the internet, as the online world unloaded on Trudeau for being creepy.
Many Trudeau critics took the opportunity to ask hard questions of Trudeau regarding his policies: