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Trudeau Pose For Delta Air Lines' Magazine Sends Twitter Into Overdrive

Another day, another Trudeau meme.

It's that time of the month (or week?) again where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sets the Internet on fire by doing something fairly mundane for regular human beings but slightly unusual for political leaders.

Fresh off his appearance at Toronto's Pride parade — where he sported colourful socks imprinted with the Muslim greeting "Eid Mubarak" — Trudeau has once again kicked Twitter into overdrive with this cover for the July issue of Delta Air Lines' magazine, Sky:

Of course, it led to a bunch of users on the social network firing off jokes, like one person who noted the "spread-eagle crotch" pose:

that is some serious manspreading

— Alex Fitzpatrick (@AlexJamesFitz) June 27, 2017

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