Now that's just plain weird. Canadian diplomats were using cardboard cutouts of their prime minister, Justin Trudeau, at events around the world. This allowed guests at the events to take photos with the prime minister's cutout. Of course, not all of the photos were in the best taste (shocking, I know, right?), so now we see a news story about Canadian diplomats being urged by their government to cease the practice. Given the hostility American presidents have evoked around the world since the Cold War began, it is probably a good thing our diplomats haven't followed this practice.