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WATCH: Trudeau makes appearance on Canada's Drag Race

While Trudeau was adored on the show he has been criticized as a "fascist" and "dictator" by those such as Russel Brand, Joe Rogan, and protestors across Canada.

Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC

On Friday, the Canadian streaming service Crave dropped the latest episode of Canada's Drag Race featuring a guest appearance by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

"I heard you had a summit," Trudeau said as he sauntered into the room to a round of applause from the drag queens.

"We're actually just about to do a makeover episode," the host stated, asking the contestants, as a joke, if any of them would like to take Trudeau on.

"This is groundbreaking," the host continued, "the first world leader to visit a Drag Race set."

"I'm glad to be the first but I look forward to the time there's a third or a fourth," Trudeau replied.

"Are the Canadian queens being welcoming?" he asked. "Are they appropriately polite the way we're supposed to be?"

The contestants responded that they were not being appropriate, but they were being nice, to which Trudeau stated that, "in Canada polite doesn't mean no shade."

Trudeau was then commended for being the first prime minister to walk in a pride parade, which he said was "part of fighting the good fight on the right side."

Trudeau has been criticized for being a fascist from many prominent voices, including Russel Brand.  Many have highlighted his oppression concerning the Freedom Convoy, as Trudeau invoked Canada's Emergencies Act to stamp down their protest. 

"Can we move beyond 'tolerate'?" he continued, "and start embracing, and loving, and accepting, and learning from, and being challenged by? That's how you build a resilient society, and that's what we're trying to do in Canada."

As Trudeau sashayed away, one of the contestants commented on his rear end, saying, "Hate to see you leave, love to see you walk away, baby!"

Following his departure, the contestants became emotional discussing how much they adored him and everything he stands for.

Trudeau has had to cancel various stops across Canana after protestors gathered en masse as a rebuke of the divisive PM. He has been heckled and called a "communist pig" by protestors.

On his July 14 episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, host Joe Rogan echoed protestors' sentiments and told comedian Tom Segura that Trudeau was a "dictator" and that "Canada is Communist. They're f*cked. They gotta get rid of that guy."

"Thank you for having me, and thank you for what you're doing," Trudeau tweeted. "Because you're making a difference. You're showing people around the world that you can be who you are. And that you can be proud of it."


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