Trudeau doesn’t know what “normal” is - Loonie Politics

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Apparently we’re manufacturing a scandal here with Trudeau’s posh doughnuts.  At least so says a National Post colleague.  But putting aside that we journalists would never hyperventilate salaciously over trivia, it seems to me it’s the PM who manufactured the scandal.

When I first saw the tweet about him buying $4 doughnuts at OhDoughnuts in Winnipeg I actually thought wow, those look good.  Way better than the run-of-the-mill tastebud-insulting gooey rethermalized what-ever-it-is you get from you-know-where.  (At least if you’re an out-of-touch . . .

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