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It’s The Fly! Canadian politicos let the bug jokes rip after U.S. vice-presidential debate between Harris and Pence

Plus, one of Canada's longest-serving foreign correspondents, Matthew Fisher, is in for a 'tough' race as he looks to represent the Conservatives in Ottawa-area riding Kanata-Carleton in the next election.
Twitter users had some fun last week after incumbent Republican vice-president Mike Pence fell victim to an insect incident that featured a two-minute cameo by a fly during the vice-presidential debate. Image courtesy of Twitter
By Palak Mangat      

Canadian politicos tuned into the U.S. vice-presidential debate last week, joining Twitter users who were abuzz about a fly that landed on incumbent Republican Mike Pence’s head.

Palak Mangat

Palak Mangat is an online reporter with The Hill Times.
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