Certain People Are Angry About Justin Trudeau Bringing His Son To See ‘Barbie’

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Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau brought his son to see Barbie and his daughter to see Oppenheimer, as evidenced by photos he recently shared on social media.

With the internet being the internet in the year 2023, though, a certain section predictably got worked up about how Trudeau chooses to spend his free time with his children.

“That’s who you left your wife for? Interesting,” said a Twitter user commenting on the photo of Trudeau and his teenage son.

“Trudeau seen out on the town with his favorite ken doll just after separating from his wife,” said another.

“Real mystery as to why his marriage failed,” one sarcastic post read.

“It gets weirder by the day. Canada is Barbie World under Trudeau,” complained another.

“Justin Trudeau just posted this [photo]. It is not parody. For the love of all that is holy, it’s not parody,” one particularly dramatized tweet said.

Even Piers Morgan decided to chime in, saying that he’s glad he’s not Canadian (which is true because Morgan would hate himself regardless of where he’s from.

The Canadian Prime Minister then followed up with a photo of him and his daughter at a screening of Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer just a few days later.

This photo, too, found a way to anger a particular section of the internet.

“Little mermaid with [French prime minister Emmanuel Macron next?” said this person.

“Finally, pure cringe,” said another person via a meme.

“He took the boy to see Barbie and the girl to see Oppenheimer, definitely an intentional gaslighting,” claimed this guy.

Barbie, which has grossed over $1 billion at the global box office, stars Academy Award nominees Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling as Barbie and Ken. Additional cast members include Will Ferrell, Issa Rae, Simu Liu, America Ferrera, Kate McKinnon, Emma Mackey, Kingley Ben-Air, Dua Lipa, Rhea Perlman, John Cena, Michael Cera, Helen Mirren, and more.

Similarly, Oppenheimer — which stars Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., and Florence Pugh — has grossed over $500 million at the box office since releasing in theaters on July 21.