Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Xi Jinping humiliated Justin Trudeau by scolding the Canadian prime minister in front of cameras at the G20 Summit.
Xi’s latest interaction with Trudeau is a clear indication of Communist China’s respect for the West.
Towards the end of the G20 Summit, China’s President Xi boldly approached Trudeau.
Speaking through an interpreter, Xi scolds Trudeau in front of the media, saying “Everything we discussed has been leaked to the paper.
“That’s not appropriate,” he blasts.
Trudeau, who appeared nervous and looked frozen during the confrontation, respond by saying:
“In Canada, we believe in free, open, and frank dialogue.”
After receiving a public dressing down Xi Jinping, Trudeau looked completely shaken before quickly scurrying away from the room.
Body language in side conversation between Canadian PM Trudeau and Chinese leader Xi Jinping speaks volumes about Xi’s current dismissive view of Canada: a country to be lectured and threatened pic.twitter.com/2EaM623DLz
— Saša Petricic (@sasapetricic) November 16, 2022
According to Reuters, the leaks Xi Jinping was referring to was a conversation Trudeau had with the Communist leader about China interfering in Canada’s elections.
Just days before Trudeau and Democrat President Joe Biden were seen inexplicably dressed as Communist China’s former leader Chairman Mao.
It’s unclear why the two leaders wore matching Mao outfits as Biden went to meet with CCP leader Xi.
Justin Trudeau and Joe Biden wearing Mao jackets at the ASEAN conference as Biden meets with Xi Jinping.
Can't make this up. https://t.co/jJSbRRpdw9
— Harrison Faulkner (@Harry__Faulkner) November 14, 2022