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Many in the free world were taken aback by the stunningly sympathetic remembrance of Cuban dictator by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

In his statement, Trudeau expressed “deep sorrow” after learning of “the death of Cuba’s longest serving president,” CNN reported.

“Fidel Castro was a larger than life leader who served his people for almost half a century. A legendary revolutionary and orator, Mr. Castro made significant improvements to the education and healthcare of his island nation.”

He continued, “While a controversial figure, both Mr. Castro’s supporters and detractors recognized his tremendous dedication and love for the Cuban people who had a deep and lasting affection for ‘el Comandante.’”

Is there something more going on than a Canadian leftist mourning the death of the geriatric Cuban dictator?

New side-by-side photos and the documented history of Trudeau’s mother, Margaret Trudeau, are raising questions about whether Castro could be really the Canadian prime minister’s father.

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MagaFeed.com posted these photos:

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Margaret Trudeau visited Castro many times while her husband, Pierre Trudeau, was also prime minister.

While the Margaret Trudeau/Castro relationship has not been confirmed, several sources note Trudeau wasn’t faithful to her husband:

Macleans reports:

1977: Margaret Trudeau and the Rolling Stones. Margaret Trudeau spent her sixth wedding anniversary without her prime minister husband, instead partying with the Rolling Stones at a Toronto nightclub and later in Mick Jagger’s limousine. The rendezvous sparked rumours that she was having an affair with the band’s front man. She later disappeared to New York. The scandal signalled the end of the couple’s tumultuous marriage, but Margaret Trudeau denied having affairs with any members of the Rolling Stones, later telling a conference on mental health, “I should have slept with every single one of them.”

According to The Guardian:

When I meet Charlie Watts, he remembers it as being a “pretty serious” situation. To complicate matters, Wood was simultaneously having an affair with Margaret Trudeau, wife of the then Canadian prime minister. “It was a bit worrying,” says Watts, a thoughtful wrinkle appearing on his brow.

Trudeau also reportedly had a relationship with U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy.

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