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François Legault Shared A HILARIOUS Parody Made About His Press Conferences (VIDEO)

The Legault character is unable take off his mask and speaks in some good ol' Québécois slang.
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François Legault Shared A HILARIOUS Parody Made About His Press Conferences (VIDEO)

Turns out François Legault likes to laugh at himself. Marc Labrèche, who runs the TV show Cette année-là, recently created a parody of the Government of Quebec's press conferences and Legault shared it on his Twitter, calling it "hilarious."

In the video, you see recreated figures of Premier François Legault, Dr. Horacio Arruda, and Danielle McCann.

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The video starts off by Legault failing to take off his mask and coughing seconds after he manages to. 

You also see Dr. Arruda frantically writing in his note pad and McCann looking extremely unimpressed — especially when Legault refers to her as "a ray of sunshine" in his oh-so-Québécois slang.

Major props to Mr. Labrèche for this iconic parody!

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