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Justin Trudeau Admits the Pressure of Leading Canada is Taking its Toll

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has admitted that leading the nation is taking its toll on him both mentally and physically. In a recent interview, the 50-year old politician said that he thinks about leaving his position as Prime Minister on a daily basis due to the immense pressure and responsibilities that come with the job.

When asked about how he copes with the stress, Justin Trudeau said “I think about [quitting] every day. I think about all the other things I could be doing with my life instead of this…because this is a hard thing that takes a huge toll both physically and mentally.” He acknowledged that being the Prime Minister of Canada is sometimes a “crazy” job with endless demands on his time and energy.

The Challenges of Being Prime Minister

Justin Trudeau

As the head of government and leader of the Liberal party, Justin Trudeau has to juggle multiple responsibilities including managing cabinet decisions, implementing policies, dealing with the opposition, attending international summits, and more. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has further exacerbated the stress of the job with constant crisis management and tough decisions affecting millions of lives and livelihoods. All this while also being a father and husband takes both a mental and physical toll according to Justin Trudeau.

While Justin Trudeau says he thinks about quitting often, he remains committed to serving the people of Canada. However, the toll of leadership is clearly weighing on the Prime Minister, who has admitted that being Canada’s leader is “not always the most fun thing to do” but comes with the responsibility of guiding the nation, especially during difficult times.

Justin Trudeau Admits the Pressure of Leading Canada is Taking its Toll