Justin Trudeau went to china, for the famous nickname “little potato” and cost taxpayers $1.8 million dollars.
According to figures obtained by CBC News, Trudeau’s 10-day trip to Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Hong Kong to attend the G20 summit and meet Chinese business and political leaders cost Canadian taxpayers $1.8 million.
According to figures obtained by CBC, the cost for the plane alone for Trudeau’s trip from Aug. 29 to Sept. 7, 2016, was $543,682 — $416.250 in flying time for the CC-150 Polaris (Airbus) and another $127,432 for catering on the plane.
The Privy Council office had $246,613 in costs — $157,260 of it in commercial flights for those who didn’t travel with Trudeau on the government airbus.
Was it worth Canada paying $1.8 million to be made fun of?