Barack Obama Extends Support To Justin Trudeau Ahead Of Canada Polls
Canada is going for election and current PM Justin Trudeau is fighting to defend his power. Ahead of the polls, former US President Barack Obama extended his support to Trudeau. He recalled the work done by the duo when Obama was the POTUS. Obama and Trudeau shared a very cordial relationship during Obama’s Presidency and it seems like the two are still good friends. Moreover, Obama tweeted, “Wishing my friend @JustinTrudeau the best in Canada’s upcoming election. Justin has been an effective leader and strong voice for democratic values, and I’m proud of the work we did together.”
Justin Trudeau Gets Support From Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton is another big political figure who shares a good relationship with the Canadian Prime Minister. She also decided to show her support for Trudeau by tweeting in support of him. Furthermore, Hillary’s tweet read, “I have seen my friend @JustinTrudeau show leadership in the fight for accessible child care, protected reproductive rights, and ambitious climate action. I’m wishing him and our progressive Canadian neighbors the best in Monday’s election.” Trudeau replied to Hillary and Obama thanking them for their support.
Bernie Sanders Voices Support For NDP Candidate Jagmeet Singh
Bernie Sanders did not take the route of Obama and Hillary and has extended support to NDP candidate Jagmeet Singh. He thinks the NDP party was the only party that stood up to help people during the pandemic. Moreover, Bernie said, “One leader who has the courage to make the wealthy pay their fair share so everyone gets the medication they need. That’s why I support the @NDP and @theJagmeetSingh.”