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Justin Trudeau As Clark Kent Aka Superman For Halloween Is 10/10

Justin Trudeau As Clark Kent Aka Superman For Halloween Is 10/10”

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau yet again melted hears when he showed up as DC Comics superhero Clark Kent ahead of his appearance at the parliament.

It is not unusual for Trudeau to sport slicked-down hair and a blue suit with a bright red tie, but his wide-rimmed spectacles were the giveaway to assembled staff and journalists of the Halloween surprise the 45-year-old Canadian Prime Minister had in store.

Or maybe Trudeau simply hoped the Superman's costume he wore under his shirt would help him face the question period in the House Commons and would give him some superpowers to dodge opposition questions on conflict of interest dogging his government. He said in both English and French: 'You know, gotta do it'.

Last year, Trudeau dressed as the pilot to his son's Petit Prince as he went trick-or-treating with all his kids.

World leaders can get away with a lot these days, even showing up for work in a Halloween costume.

So no, it's not a bird or a plane - it's just our Prime Minister. Superman's alterego Clark Kent is a journalist, and Trudeau's costume choice comes at a time when politicians across the globe, from US President Donald Trump to Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte, have accused the media of spreading "fake news" and maligning them.



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