Trudeau’s remark ‘plays into’ Beijing’s narrative: former Australian PM

Trudeau's remark 'plays into' beijing's narrative: former australian pm

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Trudeau’s remark ‘plays into’ Beijing’s narrative: former Australian PM” – below is their description.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recent remark in support of protesters in China ‘plays into the Chinese Communist Party’s narrative’ that the demonstrations aim to destablize the regime, said former Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull. ‘I wouldn’t have said it.’

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