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Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau does his own “Krantikari” interview

We in India have been now accustomed to see “Krantikaari” interviews, where some leftist poster boys ask interviewers to play up certain portions and avoid some questions:

Or agree to answer some questions on camera, while speaking casually off camera:

And now it seems, even the leftist poster boys from abroad, like Canadian PM Justin Trudeau are using the same tactics. Today, we saw massive reporting from press that Justin Trudeau just stunned everyone with his “impromptu” answer on what Quantum Computing was:

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Indian media too gushed over this new found PM who also is his forties, is also good-looking and is also a part of a political dynasty:

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Unfortunately, this media bubble was burst when a a writer on Twitter, revealed that it was in fact a well-planned stunt from the Canadian PM:

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The same information was published in a Canadian newspaper of repute, “The Globe and Mail”, which is said to be one of the largest in terms of circulation:

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So what was spun by media as an “impromptu” answer to an “impromptu” question, was in all probability a nicely set up question and the Canadian PM might well have been well prepared to answer the same. In fact, David Rankin, the writer claims that this could might have been a ploy to deflect from other much tougher questions:

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But some would say, maybe Trudeau knew the answer all along, maybe he really is a geek. Sure he could be. Trudeau is a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Education and also an Engineering drop-out. Guess his tremendous knowledge and geeky interest in Quantum Computing did not serve him well in in his Engineering course, which forced him to drop out and start another MA program (which again, he did not complete).

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