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Ivanka Trump, Justin Trudeau take in musical about embracing visitors

Ivanka Trump, Justin Trudeau take in musical about embracing visitors

Michael Paulson, the New York Time's theater critic, couldn't resist the temptation to make a political statement at the event, suggesting that the Canadian prime minister is "someone who supports refugees ... and he's someone who ran for office celebrating the arts".

"I'm not bragging about this", Perry was quick to clarify. "That was not the reason why we beat him up". "Don't they have secret service there protecting the children of prime ministers?" "This is awful. I was a stupid kid. I was a stupid kid", he admitted. "This was bad", Perry said.

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But Perry suggested that maybe the ordeal had inadvertently done Mr Trudeau, who has gone on to become a wildly popular politician, a favour. What's that now? The Odd Couple star had the nerve to beat up the current prime minister of Canada that pretty much everyone knows, loves, and can't stop staring at? "I don't want to think about it". "But I think it was rather instrumental in him going to such great heights and becoming the prime minister", he said.

Perry, whose mother was press secretary to P.E.T., did suggest that the incident might have been the turning point in young Justin's life where he made a decision to become prime minister of Canada.

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Despite the theme of the show, The New York Times said Trudeau did not outright speak on the role of government in immigration policy, but spoke instead about the show, which he saw for the first time that night.

Just as Trudeau went on to lead a nation, Perry eventually invented a whole new speech cadence and played the guy who pees on his future fiancée's jellyfish sting among other situational comedy storylines that brought a lot of joy to a lot of people.

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