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Canadian PM Trudeau not sorry for snapping at protester who insulted his wife

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By Steve Scherer RICHMOND, British Columbia (Reuters) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in an increasingly tight election race, on Tuesday said he had no regrets over snapping at a protester who insulted his wife, Sophie Gregoire. Trudeau, who has been heckled repeatedly by people opposed to mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/canada-opposition-chief-lashes-partying-pm-trudeau-election-race-tightens-2021-09-13, reacted sharply on Monday when preparing for an outdoor interview ahead of the Sept. 20 federal election. After one man standing across the ro…

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