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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits the Italian Parliament, in Rome, Tuesday, May 30, 2017. The Sala delle Donne is a tribute to the Italian women who participated in the making of the Italian Republic. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

Justin Trudeau has graced the cover of 'Rolling Stone' but not everyone's happy about it


Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has finally graced the cover of "Rolling Stone."

But his swoon worthy gaze on the issue's cover isn't exactly what's captured the attention of readers (although, it doesn't hurt). Instead, it's the fact that the issue asks: "Why Can't He Be Our President?"

The cover story by Stephen Rodrick examines Trudeau's relationship with Trump, as well as their different leadership styles.

"When Trudeau moves on to his feminist bona fides (women and minorities make up more than half of his Cabinet), he pauses for a moment, but does not lose his train of thought. His words are coherent and will not need to be run through Google Translate when he is done (except if you want to translate his French into English)," Rodrick writes.

But despite the glowing coverage of Trudeau, some people took to Twitter to say they're sick of the PR-like coverage of Canada's prime minister.

"Is this sponsored content?" Ryan McMahon tweeted.

But "Rolling Stone" isn't the first to compare Trudeau and Trump. In February, the Toronto Star published a story titled "Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau: A 21-point comparison."

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