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Justin Trudeau and wife to separate

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie announced their separation today after 18 years of marriage.

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justin Trudeau and wife Sophie pose at the G7 summit with then President Trump

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took to social media today to announce that he and his wife are separating. This announcement came within days of the release of a thread on X that Trudeau is Fidel Castro’s natural son.

Justin Trudeau separating

Journalist Andrew Lawton broke the news, according to The Post Millennial, by quoting an Instagram post by Justin Trudeau.

Some users, reacting to the post, doubted the separation. One pointed out:

Confirmation of that last is lacking, but already the search engines reveal several articles covering the separation. Furthermore other users speculated that the separation could be a distraction from something politically embarrassing to Trudeau.

In fact the two have been married for 18 years.


Dom Lucre, who released the thread profiling Trudeau’s life, said, “Canadians are asking if she saw my thread.”

The thread began with this post:

Technically the pair have not announced a divorce. But separations end in divorce more often than with reconciliation.

The Vancouver City News carried a more detailed official statement from the Prime Minister’s office. Again, the statement mentions a separation agreement, not divorce proceedings. Articles in other news organs give no further details as to the cause of the separation.

Speculation on Platform X, in response to posts about the separation, was rife and continues to be.


This after Facebook denies access from Canada

Trudeau’s use of the Instagram platform might strike many as ironic. Recently the Prime Minister signed a new law compelling social media platforms to pay for any clicks to linked articles originating in Canada. In response, Meta, which owns Facebook and Instagram, now disallows any news access from Canadian Internet addresses.

Pierre Pollievre, leader of the Conservative Party, blamed the new Online News Act for the impending loss of news service.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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