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Justin Trudeau says he thinks about ‘quitting his crazy job, but…’

Taslima Jamal

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In an interview with Radio-Canada on Friday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau committed to keep his position as head of government despite the personal obstacles that come with it.

During a raucous segment of the program “Midi info,” Prime Minister Trudeau joked with radio host Alec Castonguay that he considers quitting his “crazy,” “super tough,” and sometimes “challenging” job on a daily basis.

However, Prime Minister Trudeau stated that serious domestic and international issues urge him to remain in office and contest the next federal election, which is slated for next year.

Women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, and progress against climate change are among the issues Prime Minister Trudeau asserted are currently at stake in Canada, citing global attacks on democracies by what he described as extreme populism.

He maintained that in the upcoming election, Canadians must make fundamental decisions about the type of country they want.

He said he is in politics to serve, not to be popular, and he believes he has something to contribute as prime minister.

“I couldn’t be the man that I am and abandon the fight at this moment,” Prime Minister Trudeau said during the French-language interview.

“If I wasn’t doubting what I’m doing almost every day I wouldn’t be human.”

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