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Justin Trudeau Continues Campaigning Despite Security Threats

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Justin Trudeau Continues Campaigning Despite Security Threats

Justin Trudeau Continues Campaigning Despite Security Threats

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he will not change the way he is campaigning.

The announcement comes afters a security threat forced him to wear a bulletproof vest at a campaign rally.

According to Reuters, he arrived 90 minutes late to a rally outside of Toronto wearing the protection.

He said: “My first concern was for the safety of my family and for all the Canadians in the room.


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