Donald Trump’s enemies just got some really bad news.

One of the President’s biggest rivals is locked up in a growing crisis.

And it includes a bombshell sex scandal that could cause this top Trump critic to resign.

Liberals and many members of the fake news media look to Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to be one of the emerging leaders of the “liberal new world order” that Donald Trump is challenging.

Trudeau – who speaks in politically correct language that is “people kind” – supports open borders and global free trade.

When President Trump signed his executive order banning travel from terrorist connected nations, Trudeau piped up to criticize him.

“…Canadians have been very clear that we see immigration as a net positive, that we know we don’t have to compromise security to build stronger, more resilient communities,” he said. “I will continue to stand for Canadian values and Canadian success in our immigration system as I always have, whether it’s in Washington or in Hamburg next week or elsewhere around the world,” Trudeau stated.

Trudeau also fought Trump’s threats to impose tariffs on aluminum and paper in part of his plan to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement – which President Trump believes benefits Canada and Mexico, while shafting American workers.

Rolling Stone magazine even published a fawning profile of Trudeau and labeled him as the “free world’s best hope.”

But now Trudeau’s career is in jeopardy.

Former Canadian Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould testified that Trudeau pressured her to drop a corruption case against Montreal-based engineering firm, SNC-Lavalin.

They were under investigation for bribery to secure contracts in Libya, as well as spending $30,000 on prostitutes for the son of Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi in 2008.

Wilson-Raybould testified, “The Prime Minister asks me to help out – to find a solution here for SNC – citing that if there was no DPA there would be many jobs lost and that SNC will move from Montreal. In response, I explained to him the law… I told him that I had done my due diligence and made up my mind on SNC and that I was not going to interfere with the decision of the DPP.

… At that point the PM jumped in stressing that there is an election in Quebec and that “and I am an MP in Quebec – the member for Papineau.” My response – and I remember this vividly – was to ask the PM a direct question while looking him in the eye – I asked: “Are you politically interfering with my role / my decision as the AG? I would strongly advise against it.” The Prime Minister said “No, No, No – we just need to find a solution.”

Trudeau allegedly engaged in the same type of politically motivated interference of an investigation that President Trump’s critics falsely accuse him of.

Gerald Butts, who was Trudeau’s chief advisor, has already resigned because of this scandal.

And Trudeau may be next.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.