Justin Trudeau tries to woo back supporters by tempering comments on Castro

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A day after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau broke hearts by praising Fidel Castro in the wake of the Cuban leader’s death, everyone’s favorite Canadian since Michael J. Fox stood by his comments while making some allowances for Castro’s darker side. 

Trudeau kicked off an uproar on Saturday morning when he released a statement that spoke of Castro’s “tremendous dedication and love for the Cuban people” and called Castro a “legendary revolutionary and orator” as well as “remarkable.” 

Speaking at a conference in Madagascar, Trudeau stood by his original comments, but tried to frame them in a more historical contextRead more…

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The internet’s honeymoon with Justin Trudeau comes to an end after he praises Fidel Castro

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It appears the internet’s honeymoon phase with Justin Trudeau is officially over.

While it once appeared as though the adored Canadian Prime Minister could do no wrong in the judgmental eyes of the internet, his statement on the passing of 90-year-old Fidel Castro changed all of that.

After hearing news that the former Cuban leader died on Friday, Trudeau released a statement on Saturday morning praising Castro as a “remarkable” leader.

In wake of the unexpected words of kindness, shocked Trudeau fans are left struggling to come to terms with the fact that their love affair with the Prime Minister could be over. Read more…

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Obama and Trump’s opposite reactions to Fidel Castro’s death caught the internet’s ire

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Politicians and leaders around the world are reacting to the news that former Cuban leader, Fidel Castro, passed away on Friday.

Saturday morning, President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump released very different statements on the death of 90-year-old Castro, both of which came under fire on social media.

Many Republicans have expressed their feelings that Obama’s statement is far too soft, while others are mocking Trump for taking the time to focus on his endorsements in his much harsher statement about Castro.

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