TORONTO – Last night’s Maclean’s/City TV leaders debate for the 2019 federal election was a true highlight for the Prime Minister’s political career.
Justin Trudeau had zero gaffes and stumbles in his shorter-than-brief statements and arguments with Andrew Scheer, Jagmeet Singh, and Elizabeth May.
“It was his best performance to date,” said GTG Political Strategies CEO Allan Silver. “Trudeau kept his cool when the other leaders questioned his record on indigenous issues, the environment, and the debt.”
Pundits agreed that the Liberal Party Leader eloquently communicated his vision for the country.
“He didn’t fall for any of his opponents traps, and steered clear of the SNC-Lavalin affair,” said pollster Patricia Bullard. “And his body image was stoic and very podium-like.”