Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is still getting the Obama treatment.
During a speech in Waterloo, Ontario on Friday in which he was discussing his Liberal government's first budget, a reporter asked Trudeau about his government's strategy on ISIS, the reporter prefaced the question by stating, "I was going to ask you about quantum computing but...."
And Trudeau, ever the show off, answered the question about quantam computing much to the delight of an audience of theoretical physicists.
However, Trudeau was a lot less forthcoming when it came to answering the reporter's question about ISIS.
It's all well and good that Trudeau knows about quantam computers. Unfortunately, it does nothing to defeat ISIS.
Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper probably couldn't tell you about binary systems, but I bet he has a much better idea about how to defeat ISIS than Justin Trudeau does.