New photo of Justin Trudeau in blackface at Arabian Nights party pops up

New photo of Justin Trudeau in blackface at Arabian Nights party emerges on the eve of Canada’s national election night

  • The photo was released via Twitter on Sunday by Canadian Proud, an anti-Trudeau campaign group
  • The photo shows the Liberal Prime Minister at an Arabian Nights themed event that took place in 2001
  • Pictured is Trudeau wearing a turban and matching robe, sticking his tongue out frantically
  • Similar photos from the same event appeared online in 2019, but this is the first time this particular image has been released
  • Canadians began voting Monday in an election that threatens to remove Justin Trudeau from power
  • However, if Trudeau wins reelection, his party will fail to secure a majority, forcing her to rely on an opposition party to pass legislation.










A new photo of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in blackface has surfaced the night before the Canadian federal election

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is once again in hot water. Just one night before the Canadian federal election, a new photo of the Trudeau in blackface has surfaced.

Released on Twitter on Sunday by Canadian Proud, an anti-Trudeau campaign group, the photo shows the Liberal Prime Minister at an Arabian Nights-themed event that took place in 2001.

The photo shows Trudeau wearing a turban and matching robes, sticking his tongue out frantically.

Similar photos from the same event appeared online in 2019, but this is the first time this particular image has been released.

Canadians began voting Monday in an election that threatens to remove Justin Trudeau from power.

Trudeau bet on early elections in an attempt to secure a majority of the seats in parliament.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is once again in hot water.  Just one night before the Canadian federal election, new photos surfaced of the Trudeau in blackface

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is once again in hot water. Just one night before the Canadian federal election, new photos surfaced of the Trudeau in blackface

Similar photos from the same event appeared online in 2019, but this is the first time this particular image has been released

Similar photos from the same event appeared online in 2019, but this is the first time this particular image has been released

Polls show that Trudeau’s Liberal Party is in an exciting race with rival Conservatives: it is likely to win the most seats in parliament.

However, if Trudeau wins re-election, his party will still fail to secure a majority, forcing her to trust an opposition party to pass legislation.

Polling stations were opened in the Atlantic coastal province of Newfoundland.

“Trudeau has made an incredibly stupid error of judgment,” said Robert Bothwell, a professor of Canadian history and international relations at the University of Toronto.

Trudeau took part in the election and led a stable minority government that was not in danger of being overthrown.

Conservative leader Erin O'Toole, left, and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau speak during the federal election debate of Francophone leaders, Wednesday, September 8, 2021, in Gatineau, Quebec.

Conservative leader Erin O’Toole, left, and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau speak during the federal election debate of Francophone leaders, Wednesday, September 8, 2021, in Gatineau, Quebec.

Conservative leader Erin O'Toole speaks during the French-speaking leaders' federal election debate, Wednesday, September 8, 2021 in Gatineau, Quebec

Conservative leader Erin O’Toole speaks during the French-speaking leaders’ federal election debate, Wednesday, September 8, 2021 in Gatineau, Quebec

Polls show Trudeau's Liberal Party is in an exciting race with rival Conservatives: It is likely to win the most seats in parliament

Polls show Trudeau’s Liberal Party is in an exciting race with rival Conservatives: It is likely to win the most seats in parliament

The opposition has been ruthless in accusing Trudeau of calling the early vote — two years before the deadline — because of his own personal ambition.

Trudeau channeled the star power of his father, the liberal icon and the late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, when he first won in 2015, but a combination of high expectations, scandal and last month’s election calling during the pandemic has damaged his brand.

Trudeau is betting Canadians will reward him for weathering the coronavirus crisis better than most countries did.

Canada is now one of the most vaccinated countries in the world and the Trudeau government has spent hundreds of billions of dollars supporting the economy during the lockdowns.

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