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Justin Trudeau’s “War of Socks”: Canadian Prime Minister set a new fashion among world leaders

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr decided to measure colorful accessories with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr decided to measure colorful accessories with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

A photo: twitter.com

A “war of socks” broke out at the APEC summit. Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr decided to measure colorful accessories with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The head of the Philippines himself said on his twitter. He attached several photos to the tweet, which show how Trudeau and Marcos, with their legs up, show each other socks.

Marcos also invited users to vote whose socks they like best. After 12 hours of voting, the Philippine leader wins, with the support of more than 60% of the poll participants.

By the way, the competition with Trudeau is not accidental. The Canadian prime minister is known for his love of socks with unusual designs. For example, in 2018, he showed up to the World Economic Forum in purple socks with a picture of yellow ducks. Another time a politician appeared in public in socks with the hero from Star Wars by Chewbacca. And at one of the NATO summits, the Prime Minister of Canada was in one sock, which was blue, and the other was pink. The emblems of the North Atlantic Alliance flaunted in the ankle area.

Marcos also invited users to vote whose socks they like best.

Marcos also invited users to vote whose socks they like best.

A photo: twitter.com

Some have called Trudeau’s passion for colorful socks “sock diplomacy.”

But this time the victory is clearly not on the side of Justin Trudeau. For participation in the APEC summit, he chose modest blue socks with black polka dots. But the President of the Philippines was clearly preparing. He opted for black socks with green apples and a purple and blue snake. Is Marcos alluding to original sin?!

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