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'I've been an open book': NDP's Wab Kinew responds to Twitter controversy - Manitoba - CBC News


'I've been an open book': NDP's Wab Kinew responds to Twitter controversy - Manitoba - CBC News: Social media and the history it holds of a person's views are making all politicians second-guess what they might have said, Bernier said. It's created a whole new phenomenon.

"I've seen tweets from our own candidates that could be described as vulgar and angry, but they are always in defense of good; they are always fighting for someone vulnerable," Bernier said.

"But there is nothing redeeming or positive in any of [Kinew's] tweets."

"I haven't heard him apologize to the children of Attawapiskat, and I haven't heard him apologize to women for his incredibly sexist remarks," Bernier said.

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