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Trudeau Pledges Lower Taxes As Blackface Scandal Hits

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Trudeau Pledges Lower Taxes As Blackface Scandal Hits

Trudeau Pledges Lower Taxes As Blackface Scandal Hits

BRAMPTON, Ontario (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went on the offensive on Sunday, promising to cut middle-class taxes and slash cellphone costs if re-elected after polls showed he took a significant hit when photos emerged last week of him in blackface.

FILE PHOTO: Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during an election campaign stop in Toronto, Ontario, Canada September 20, 2019.


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