Watch Justin Trudeau Challenge Barack Obama To A "Push Up Contest"

Okay, so it's maybe not technically a "push up contest", but still. A challenge was issued, and that's good enough for me.

Earlier today, Justin Trudeau challenged President Obama - along with FLOTUS Michelle Obama, Prince Harry, and the Queen - to bring their A game to 2016's Invictus Games. And the results? Hysterical.

Watch the hilarity ensue below, and try not to fall even more in love with our Prime Minister than you already are. (Protip: It won't work. He's awesome.)

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