Scheer says he never mentioned his dual Canadian-American citizenship because he was never asked
The federal election campaign trail is buzzing with revelations that Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer holds dual Canadian-American citizenship.
Scheer says he never mentioned it because no one ever asked him about it.
A spokesman for Scheer told reporters that he started the process to renounce his U-S citizenship before the election campaign kicked off.
As an M-P in 2005, Scheer published a blog post about Michaelle Jean, a few weeks before she was sworn in as Governor General, asking his constituents how they felt about her dual citizenship, without mentioning his own.
Scheer will be in Ontario today
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Green Leader Elizabeth May will be on Vancouver Island.
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