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Meme-Makers Are Having A Field Day With Legault's Comments About Montreal Rent

Legault said he was misunderstood.
Staff Writer
Meme-Makers Are Having A Field Day With Legault's Comments About Montreal Rent

Quebec Premier François Legault's thoughts about how much the average rent in Montreal is have ignited a firestorm of hilariously pointed memes online. 

Though Legault insists that everyone misunderstood his answer to Manon Massé's question at a press conference on Wednesday, that didn't stop anyone from laying into Legault about his dubious monthly rent price assumptions. 

Editor's Choice: Legault Thinks That An Apartment For Rent In Montreal 'Starts At $500 Or $600 Per Month'

Folks roasted Legault about everything. From his hair...

To his multi-million-dollar Outremont mansion.

Popular TV show memes from Arrested Development also made an appearance.

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And of course, the snark ran deep on social media.

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