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Canada's Trudeau loses a little ground in first polls since blackface scandal

Reuters Saturday, 21 September 2019
Canada's Liberal Party lost a little ground to rival Conservatives after bombshell images of Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in blackface emerged this week, according to two polls published on Saturday.
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News video: Sir Lenny Henry introduces himself as Justin Trudeau at diversity speech

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Courtesy: RTS Cambridge Convention. Sir Lenny Henry introduces himself as Justin Trudeau after the Canadian Prime Minister's recent scandal over blackface photos. The comedian was speaking at Session Seventeen: Better Television or Better Diversity? in Cambridge.

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