Justin Trudeau lands on the cover of Rolling Stone

The overall glowing story by writer Stephen Rodrick calls Trudeau “a progressive, rational, forward-thinking leader” who “overcame tragedy to become Canada’s prime minister.”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has landed on the cover of August's Rolling Stone. “Justin Trudeau is trying to Make Canada Great Again. He is using, let us say, different methods," says writer Stephen Rodrick (MARTIN SCHOELLER FOR ROLLING STONE)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made the cover of Rolling Stone magazine’s August issue and heads are turning.

The overall glowing story by writer Stephen Rodrick calls Trudeau “a progressive, rational, forward-thinking leader” who “overcame tragedy to become Canada’s prime minister”, such as the death of his younger brother Michel who was killed in an avalanche and the death of his father, former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.

On the front cover, Trudeau is pictured with the words “Why can’t he be our President?” He stares intensely with a slight smile as he leans against a dark glossy table.

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