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Under-Used Weapon: Legault and Leader

under-used weapon: Coalition Avenir Quebec Leader Francois Legault, flanked by local candidate Ian Lafreniere, responds to questions during a news conference next to a busy highway in St-Hubert, Que., Tuesday, according to Toronto Star. Paul Chiasson / THE CANADIAN PRESS The Liberals can't defend their record on education and health care, Legault told reporters on Day 27 of the 39-day campaign. Following Monday night's English-language debate in which he was attacked for wanting to expel immigrants who fail to pass a values and French-language test, Legault came out hard against Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard. Furthermore, the Coalition leader brought back a thus far under-used weapon against Couillard corruption allegations. He doesn't want to talk about the investigation into corruption in his party. Couillard is trying to run a fear campaign, Legault said south of Montr al. ( As reported in the news.