Evening Brief: Trudeau and Trump to meet at G7

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Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by iPolticsINTEL. We report on everything worth knowing about proceedings in the House and Senate. Be ahead of the pack. Get the real story before it makes the headlines. Click here to find out how our products can work for you. Good evening. The Lead Prime Minister Justin […]

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