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Tom Mulcair calls Donald Trump a 'fascist,' urges Trudeau to denounce him - Politics - CBC News

31.3.16

Tom Mulcair calls Donald Trump a 'fascist,' urges Trudeau to denounce him - Politics - CBC News: "Donald Trump is a fascist. Let's not kid ourselves, let's not beat around the bush," Mulcair said in a question-and-answer session after a speech to party staff last Tuesday.

A video clip of Mulcair's toughly worded remarks surfaced Thursday, just over a week before he faces a leadership vote at his party's convention in Edmonton.

CBC News requested and received the video clip from Mulcair's office after it first appeared on BuzzFeed News, which reported that it had obtained the video from the NDP. The 38-second clip has been edited, and does not include the question Mulcair is answering. The leader himself tweeted other clips from the event to his followers last week.


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