National Security and Intelligence Committee’s report on Trudeau’s India trip to be released on Dec. 3
By Neil MossNov. 19, 2018
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau and their children, pictured in India in February 2018. The trip was considered a public relations disaster after a few days.
Photograph courtesy of Twitter
A report on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s calamitous February trip to India authored by the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians will be released to the public by Dec. 3, according to news reports.
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