Okay, so being Prime Minister, you get to visit a lot of different places. I completely understand the need to adopt different forms of traditional dress depending on where you go, but our man Trudeau sometimes takes it a little bit too far.\nIn fact, he sometimes takes it so far that the internet has seen fit to make a joke out of him. It seems that each and every one of his political adventures tends to inspire a meme.\nThe issue with Trudeau's wardrobe choices is that they often seem to overshadow his actual political purposes. It's hard to focus on anything besides his foolishness.\nJustin Trudeau Dressed Up As Superman\nVia Justin Trudeau\nHe starts off pretty tame with his costuming. Superman isn't so controversial. Halloween is an appropriate time. The problem is, it doesn't stop there.\nTrudeau Dressing Up In Indian Attire\n@harry_mand_\nView this post on Instagram Dear Trudeau, please stop. A post shared by Couch Master (@couchmastermemes) on Feb 24, 2018 at 6:08pm PST\nTrudeau Dresses Up As A Cowboy\nView this post on Instagram Dear Trudeau, please stop. A post shared by Couch Master (@couchmastermemes) on Feb 24, 2018 at 6:08pm PST\nVia Justin Trudeau\nSomehow, Trudeau also thinks he's a cowboy cook! Serving up pancakes at the Calgary Stampede is also higher on his to-do than politics. Apparently a "special guest", he gave the people what they wanted. People pretty much expect him to show up in costume.\nTrudeau Dresses Up As A Cowboy Again\nVia Justin Trudeau\nCome on, Justin. Enough is enough.\nTrudeau Dresses Up As Hitler\n@fack_trudeauembedded via\nOkay, so he wasn't really supposed to be Hitler. In 2007, he was in a movie called The Great War, in which he played Talbot Papineau. Unfortunately, every time someone comes across this photo online the assume he was dressed as Hitler.\nVia me.me\nTrudeau Dresses Up As A Pirate\nVia Justin Trudeau\nAnd, once again, Trudeau is back with the crazy hats. It's almost impossible to give this guy a chance. He's basically asking to be made fun of. I mean, it's definitely not what representing a country is all about, but at least we can get a few laughs out of him, I mean it.