While at the G20 conference in Bali, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a one-on-one meeting with Xi Jinping, the leader of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). It primarily involved concerns about the CCP’s continued interference in Canada including espionage and trying to influence our democratic elections.
That conversation was leaked to the public.
Apparently, China’s tyrant for life didn’t like his dirty dealings being exposed publicly and confronted Trudeau about their conversation being leaked.
The Daily Mail provides more details:
Toe-curling footage has emerged of Chinese President Xi Jinping humiliating Justin Trudeau with a dressing down on the sidelines of the G20 conference. […]
Xi appeared visibly frustrated as he confronted Trudeau about how details of an earlier meeting between them, which was held yesterday, had been leaked to the press by Canadian government sources.
The source had told the media that Trudeau had raised ‘serious concerns’ over suspected domestic interference by China during his first talks with Xi in more than three years.
Xi, trying to mask his anger with a pointed smile, was filmed by Canadian journalists telling an increasingly awkward-looking Trudeau: ‘Everything that we discussed yesterday has been leaked to the papers and that’s not appropriate.’
Though some are mocking Trudeau for this, we need to give credit where credit is due. At least, he stood up to this tyrant trying to undermine our economy and democracy.
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Of course, maybe Xi Jinping’s a bit hurt, because lately, Canada has been one of the communist regime’s best friends.
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