The internet is loving this Obama-Trudeau-Peña Nieto 'bromance'
What exactly was going on at the North American Leaders Summit in Ottawa, Canada this week? A serious "bromance" between President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, based on the photos, and the internet is loving it. The bromance fervor kicked off after this selfie showed up on the official White House Instagram account.
Thanks to some Photoshop magic, this bromance can live on in our hearts, in 1991, forever.
I started thinking that Trudeau/Obama selfie would be a great road trip movie poster but things got dark real quick. pic.twitter.com/6aT90QkaDE— Matt Haughey (@mathowie) June 30, 2016
Then they basically had a slow-motion swag contest while walking a red carpet into the summit's opening ceremony, while adding a third member, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, to their best-dressed world leaders club. Ironically, they were saluted by mounties, perhaps the worst dressed of all law enforcement officers.
Unfortunately, the dynamic of most solid bromances goes two ways, not three.
When your two best friends start liking each other more than they like you pic.twitter.com/UK9A1lbSNv— Lauren Duca (@laurenduca) June 29, 2016
Also, the secret handshake for their new sartorial superior leaders of the world club is going to need some work if this continent is going to maintain that swag level.
"Stop it. You're making it weird."— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) June 29, 2016
"No, you're making it weird."
"Shake my hand!"
"Seriously, guys." pic.twitter.com/HwChORo9YL