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Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says Donald Trump’s ‘divisive comments’ have no place in society

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Instead of needlessly attacking President Trump, the hopeless bland Andrew Scheer should concern himself with attacking Justin Trudeau. Canada’s Conservative Party needed to nominate a Donald Trump to take on Justin Trudeau. Instead, they nominated a Mitt Romney. Statements like this is an example of why Andrew Scheer will very possibly lose to Justin Trudeau this fall.

Donald Trump’s ‘divisive comments’ have no place in society, Andrew Scheer says

By Canada Press Staff, June 17, 2019:

Federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says there is no place in society for comments such as the ones U.S. President Donald Trump has made about four Democratic congresswomen.

Scheer said he believes people should be free to criticize their governments without having their backgrounds questioned or being told to leave the country.

“I don’t think there’s any place in our society for intolerance or … those kinds of divisive comments,” Scheer said Wednesday when asked by reporters in Saskatoon where he was speaking to the Chamber of Commerce.

“People should be able to advocate for their views. They should be able to criticize their government. They should be able to advocate for their own ideas without having their background or their personal identity or where their family might come from questioned or in any way taken into account.”

 

 

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