Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Canadians actively responded to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “ask any question” proposal.
During the first hour, the politician received more than 6,000 questions on the social network, and he was unable to answer a significant part of them.
In addition to relatively serious appeals in which Canadians were interested in the prime minister’s views on the economy, electoral reform, foreign policy, etc., there were overtly provocative entries.
For example, one of the users under the post of the prime minister with a proposal to ask him questions wrote “Why are you?”.
Furthermore, several commentators, without choosing words, suggested that Trudeau admit his inability to run the country and resign. And one of the users suggested that the PM enter the ring and show his fighting qualities in mixed martial arts.
There were also frankly mocking questions, for example, “when will four-legged pants for dogs appear?” and “Should I add grated cheese to my curry?” But here Trudeau himself is to blame; after all, he was the one who suggested asking her any questions.