‘Shark Tank’ Star Kevin O’Leary Running for Tory Leadership: Could he be the Canadian Trump?

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Donald Trump is about to become President of the United States, but it seems that Canada also has an ace up their sleeves. Anything you can do, we can do it better. Kevin O’Leary is basically Canada’s answer to trump, and the businessman and reality TV star has announced that he is going to be running for the head of Canada’s Conservative Party. The winner of that will in all likelihood go head-to-head against Justin Trudeau in 2019.

This is exactly what Canadians were looking for, a man who has a plan that will kickstart the economy by supporting small businesses. O’Leary is a man that will stand up for hard-working Canadians and will get the country back on track again. Trump has already shown that a man with strong character strengths will be able to win over the masses, and that is exactly why O’Leary is hoping he will be able to do the same in Canada.

The biggest hurdle in front of Kevin O’Leary is that he doesn’t have the political experience, but then again the public wants someone outside of politics. The United States is already on the path towards change, and their decision to elect Donald Trump may turn out to be one of the best things they did in history. They broke the cycle, and will start working on making America great again.

This is exactly what needs to happen with Canada, if Canadians want to grow at the same pace with their neighbours. They are fixing their rights with Trump; perhaps O’Leary is Canada’s answer to Trump. The jury is currently out on his chances of winning, but he still has to become head of the Conservative Party before he can even begin thinking about battling against Trudeau.


Delilah is 31 years old from Toronto Canada and has a conservative view on politics, she lives on the road following big names in politics, she has come upon us with many years writing experience, in her early years she has been all over Europe back-packing and had the "adventure of a lifetime" before settling down to write news on Canadian and World politics.