Michael Taube

former speechwriter, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper

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Public affairs analyst and commentator; former speech writer for Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper

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On his first trip to another country as President, Barack Obama is  spending a few hours in Canada , America’s biggest trading partner.

Obama Visits Canada

On his first trip to another country as President, Barack Obama is spending a few hours in Canada , America’s biggest trading partner.

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