Trump’s racist comments and rally chants ‘completely unacceptable’: Trudeau

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a tougher stance Thursday on racist comments made by U.S. President Donald Trump and the similar chants that his supporters made at a campaign rally just days afterwards. “I think the comments made were hurtful, wrong and completely unacceptable,” Trudeau told reporters in Montreal on Thursday. Trump attracted significant criticism […]

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