On the Prime Minister’s cross-Canada “Apology-Palooza” tour, Justin’s eyeballs have resembled Niagara Falls.
Why say something profound when you can just turn on the waterworks?
But whether it’s about Gord Downie’s passing, apologies in Newfoundland and Labrador for the residential school system, or being reunited with a Syrian refugee one year later, you do have to wonder if Justin has set himself up for a pitfall.
What if he fails to cry on cue the next time he has to address an aggrieved party?
Let’s hope the actor currently playing the role of Prime Minister of Canada will be able to continue putting that drama degree to good use by dutifully crying during public apologies.