After the better part of half a decade of sycophantic hormonal fan-girling over Justin Trudeau, Vanity Fair is having a bit of an epiphany.
He isn’t all he’s cracked up to be.
In the August Issue of that awful magazine that sits at the dentist's office to flip through when your phone battery is running low, Justin Trudeau is included in the list of the world’s most underwhelming heirs (not “hairs”).
Joined on the list by North Korean madman Kim Jong-Un, and an underachieving Saudi Prince, Trudeau is described as being most notable for his lothario good looks and surviving 1980’s Canada. To be fair, Glass Tiger was hard on all of us.
This is a drastic turn around from a magazine that once published hundreds of words on the meaning of Trudeau’s Wookie socks and glowingly called Trudeau “the true inheritor of Kennedy charisma and healthy inspiring hair.”
Watch as I take a painful and awkward look back (at as much Vanity Fair as a person can handle) to demonstrate how far our fancy, well coiffed and best dressed PM has fallen in the eyes of his former biggest fan in the magazine world.