The Canadian prime minster proved his country is ready for the upcoming Invictus Games

By Andrea Park
May 03, 2016 11:15 AM

Canadians might be notably nice, but that doesn’t mean they don’t like to engage in a little trash-talking now and again – especially when pushups are involved.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau posted a fierce video to his Facebook page on Monday to show off just how prepared Canada is for the upcoming Invictus Games.

“Oh hey, I just thought I’d show our friends in the U.S. and the U.K. how Canada brings it. Your majesty, Prince Harry, President and Mrs. Obama,” Trudeau says before dropping to the floor for a pushup and imaginary mic drop while surrounded by Invictus Games competitors.

“Boom! Orlando. Invictus Games. Canada’s ready,” he says while masterfully holding a one-armed pushup.

The upcoming competition has inspired a healthy dose of trash talk between the three nations. Last week, the Obamas taunted Prince Harry with a mic drop and a promise that America would “bring it at the Invictus Games.” In return, Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth responded with their own fun video – complete with a mic drop delivered by the prince.

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The Invictus Games, the brainchild of Prince Harry, comprises five days of competition between injured veterans. More than 500 competitors from 15 nations will participate in archery, wheelchair basketball, powerlifting and sitting volleyball, among other sports, when the games begin on May 8 in Orlando.

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