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#APECHottie: Netizens torn between Enrique Nieto, Justin Trudeau

/ 07:44 PM November 17, 2015
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Lyn Rillon/INQUIRER

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Lyn Rillon/INQUIRER

Social media swooned Tuesday after the arrivals of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Manila.

READ: Girls only have eyes for Trudeau, Nieto

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Apparently, the two had met before during the G20 Summit held in Turkey.

On Twitter, Nieto (@epn) said he talked with Trudeau and vowed to strengthen ties with Canada.

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“In the @G20Turkey2015, I met with the new PM of Canada, @JustinTrudeau. We agreed to start a new era in the Mexico-Canada relationship,” Nieto tweeted in Spanish.

Nieto also posted on Instagram (@penanieto) a photo with Trudeau during the summit.

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Nieto arrived at the Villamor airbase Tuesday afternoon, while Trudeau arrived early evening for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit 2015.

The arrival of who netizens are calling the most handsome among APEC heads of state resulted in a divide on social media—Team Nieto or Team Trudeau.

Because of the divide, the hashtag #ApecHottie trended on Twitter. #APECBae is also being used by clever users when mentioning the two.

https://storify.com/inquirerdotnet/apec-hotties-team-nieto-or-team-trudeau

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