There are so many times when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has cried in public. We’re first going to go through several of the times when he cried in public to demonstrate how crying is perceived by a leader's following and then answer whether or not it’s ok for leaders to cry.
0:39 The first instance when Trudeau cried in public was when Tom Jackson gave a speech on June 19, 2017 which brought Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to tears. We'll also analyze some of Justin Trudeau's wife's (Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau) body language to explain some interesting details involving Justin crying at this event.
3:51 The second instance of Trudeau crying that we review in this video is on November 28, 2017 when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gives a full apology to the LGBTQ2 community.
4:28 The third instance of Trudeau crying we review is when he talks to a Syria refugee about first coming to Canada in a CBC News interview: From Far and Wide: Justin Trudeau moved to tears on December 5, 2016
5:14 The fourth instance we review is when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau cries over the death of Canadian rocker, Gord Downie on October 17, 2017.
5:34 The fifth crying instance that's shown is when Justin Trudeau is given a photo by a police officer on July 10, 2013. Justin Trudeau in tears over photo with father, Pierre Trudeau
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