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News Conference: Quebec Mp and Maxime Bernier

news conference: But I think that's it, he told reporters in Ottawa on Friday, who asked him how he stacked up against the U.S. president and Ontario Premier Doug Ford, according to National Observer. We're using these networks to draw attention to what we're saying. But he says he believes that's where the similarities stop. ; If you want to compare me with Donald Trump, maybe what I'm doing with social media, that can be a comparison. The exchange was part of a news conference staged by the Quebec MP to unveil the name, logo and website of his new party the People's Party of Canada. Maxime Bernier said he wants to have a debate on immigration figures at a press conference in Ottawa on Sept. 14, 2018. The ex-Harper government minister and failed Conservative Party leadership candidate first announced Aug. 23 that he was quitting the Conservatives because they had become too intellectually and morally corrupt to be reformed. ( As reported in the news.