Trudeau’s vacation cost tax payers over $200,000 – disgusting!

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has released a report indicating that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s 2019 Christmas vacation in Costa Rica cost taxpayers $196,137.

“Prime ministers are entitled to take vacations like anyone else, but they’re not entitled to stick taxpayers with a six-figure flight bill so they can sip mai tai’s on the beach,” said Aaron Wudrick, the CTF’s Federal Director.

According to records, six Challenger jets were used by the Trudeau’s on their 16 day vacation. This made the total flight time about 34 hours. The normal flight time for a round trip between Ottawa and San Jose, Costa Rica, is about 11 hours.

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