Justin Trudeau urges woman who uses 'mankind' to say 'peoplekind' instead

Justin Trudeau urges woman who uses 'mankind' to say 'peoplekind' instead

Justin Trudeau urges woman who uses 'mankind' to say 'peoplekind' instead

Trudeau took a question about religious nonprofits from a woman affiliated with the World Mission Society Church of God.

"We have received the Queen's Award in the United Kingdom, we have received many awards", she said. However, unfortunately in Canada, our volunteering as a charitable religious organization is extremely hard.

She said: "We have received the Queen's Award in the United Kingdom, we have received many awards".

"We can all learn from each other", Trudeau added.

She said her charitable religious organisation had struggled with the regulations. Did it look like I was bothered by it?' The Toronto Sun's editorial page and many social media called the prime minister's behavior "mansplaining" and political correctness run amok.

When the clip went viral, Twitter users SLAMMED the politician for mansplaining the young woman, and for his "stupid" word suggestion.

Morgan, who has been criticised for his views on LGBT issues, also penned a column for the MailOnline, tweeting a link to the article: "No, no, NO, Prime Minister @JustinTrudeau - you will NOT kill off mankind".

You might recall that our gender neutral friends north of the border recently passed a bill to make the national anthem more gender inclusive. "Not necessarily mankind 'cause it's more inclusive".

Last year, lawmakers approved a law making it illegal to use the wrong gender pronouns. It believes in both God the Father and God the Mother, with an emphasis on the latter.

Trudeau responded to them asking for them to "respect the room" and when they refused he told the police to from the event. The girl claimed she had been attacked by an East Asian man who cut her hijab with scissors.

The woman's question/pontification had rambled on for about four minutes when Trudeau interrupted her.

The woman and many members of the audience cheered Trudeau's use of the new word.

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