Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pushed back Thursday on assertions of misconduct dating from a music festival in British Columbia in 2000, saying he was confident he “did not act inappropriately” at the event. Discussion about the incident had arisen in Canadian political circles in response to the resurfacing of an unsigned editorial in the Creston Valley Advance, a local British Columbia newspaper.
In the editorial, a then 28-year old Trudeau is quoted as apologizing to a reporter of the paper (a woman who remains unidentified) for “handling,” stating that if he had known she was “reporting for a national newspaper, I never would have been so forward.”
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