So, Justin Trudeau’s Rolling Stone cover is dividing the internet

Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau has made the cover of Rolling Stone and the whole world is swooning – well, most of us. 

Appearing on the front cover of the magazine's August issue, Justin is pictured looking seductively into the camera, next to the words –  'Why can't he be our president?'

Inside the pages, a glowing profile, written by Stephen Rodrick, proves that no one is safe from the Trudeau spell.

The writer starts by calling Trudeau “a progressive, rational, forward-thinking leader” who “overcame tragedy to become Canada’s prime minister”, such as the death of his younger brother, and father, former Prime Minster, Pierre Trudeau.

Roderick then began to make comparisons between Trudeau and Donald Trump's stances on issues such as abortion, climate change and Russia.

“Trump's son met with Russian nationals who promised dirt on Hillary Clinton. Trudeau's foreign minister is Chrystia Freeland, a Canadian of Ukrainian descent who is banned in Putin's Russia,” he writes.

“Justin Trudeau is trying to Make Canada Great Again. He is using, let us say, different methods.”

However, Justin did say that he and Trump have “a constructive working relationship” even though they disagree “on a whole bunch”.

He added that he would not go out of his way to "insult the guy or overreact or jump at everything he says (that) we might disagree with is not having a constructive relationship."

The traditionally music-focused magazine is no stranger to political features and has had a number of politicians on its front cover over the years, but few have sent the internet into a frenzy quite like Justin. 

However, not everyone was happy with Trudeau's cover.

Some US Twitter users made it clear they would not want Trudeau as their president.