Justin Trudeau has been on a cross-country tour to reconnect with everyday Canadians, and for the most part he's been met with adoring crowds.
But this week, two students in Halifax used a selfie with the prime minister to press him on his campaign promises to Indigenous people in Canada.
And Trudeau's sudden change in facial expression as the photo-op turned serious is priceless.
They clearly weren't impressed with his answer.
Video of the sneaky ambush has gotten a big reaction online.
People are screaming.
And some are critical of the fact that it "takes a selfie" to get a response from the prime minister.
"I want politicians to be held accountable," Olds said, "even if the confrontation feels uncomfortable."
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