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Canada's Trudeau pushes on with campaign after severe blow from blackface photos

Reuters Monday, 23 September 2019 ()
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will forge ahead with his re-election campaign on Monday after blackface photos of him emerged and shifted voter support toward his Conservative rivals.
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is forging ahead with his re-election campaign. Last week blackface photos of Trudeau emerged and shifted voter support toward his Conservative rivals. The images were at odds with his oft-stated position that he wants to improve the lives of minorities. Reuters...

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