Obama and Trudeau bring the bromance back

Just another man date Tuesday in Montreal, where Barack Obama and Justin Trudeau shared dinner.

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  • Barack Obama and Justin Trudeau met up for a dinner date in Montreal on Tuesday
  • Since Trudeau bonded with new French President Emmanuel Macron, his Obama bromance has been reignited

(CNN)The world's favorite bromance is back on.

Former US President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met once again Tuesday night for a candlelit dinner in Trudeau's hometown of Montreal.
    The couple -- of world leaders, that is -- discussed how to get the next generation involved in their communities, between heartfelt confessions of how much they missed each other (probably).
    The most talked-about international date night of the modern diplomatic era had every romantic element the Trudeau-Obama fandom could ever dream of: an intimate restaurant booth, an abundance of gazes into each other's eyes, presumably some Secret Service right outside the door.
    The photogenic pair even shared a long embrace at the end of the evening.
    Rumors spread that Trubama (Obdeau? Barstin? Jurack?) was over last month at the G-7 summit of world leaders, when photos of Trudeau with just-elected French President Emmanuel Macron suggested there was a new transnational leading man in Trudeau's life.
    Macron and Trudeau (Macreau? Trucron?) walked side by side through a gorgeous Italian landscape, pausing to share ideas and discuss world issues in front of a shining view of the Ionian Sea. Their lingering looks of admiration and not-visibly-painful handshakes made the world collectively let out a dreamy sigh.