Instead of facing the problem, Trudeau went on vacation, again!
As SNC-Lavalin affair simmered, Trudeau flew to Florida for a break.
The prime minister was spotted on North Captiva Island, a remote tourist destination accessible only by charter boat
As another round of SNC-Lavalin revelations broke over the weekend, Justin Trudeau was spotted taking a breather in a remote corner of Southwest Florida.
“Canada’s prime minister, embroiled in a political scandal, is now escaping to Southwest Florida,” announced NBC 2, a local news affiliate who got exclusive word of the visiting national leader.
The broadcaster dispatched a reporter to North Captiva Island, a largely recreational island where Trudeau reportedly rented two large homes for his family and entourage. For much of the prime minister’s visit, the affiliate also kept up a live feed on the prime ministerial plane, a “maple-leaf-emblazoned” Bombardier Challenger parked at Page Field, a small airport close to Fort Myers, Florida.
Last Updated March 13, 2019
12:54 PM EDT