[WATCH] Justin Trudeau's stumbling response why his family has not gone green
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Video of Justin Trudeau failing to explain why his family is going green goes viral.
Watch below as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tries to explain why his family is going green, this is funny to watch.
Watch Trudeau's stumbling response to reporter who asked him "What do you and your family do to cut back on plastics"— Canadabuster (@Canadabuster) June 10, 2019
Good hair doesn't buy you smarts!#cdnpoli #plasticpollution #sunnyways pic.twitter.com/GsmQzFQqbp
Woman accidentally sends a picture of her bum to carpet fitters when requesting a quote.
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