Michelle Malkin: Justin Trudeau, Baby-Faced Castro Apologist, Unmasked

November 2016
Investors Business Daily;11/30/2016, p1
The author mentions of Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, and his mourning over the death of former Prime Minister of Cuba, Fidel Castro. She states that Trudeau has been selling out Chinese nationals seeking government green lights for their business deals and mentions that Trudeau along with the Liberal Party have held 80 such cash-for-access fundraisers .


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