Justin Trudeau goes to Washington, D.C., riding a media wave and polling numbers that make previous governments’ “honeymoon” periods look like divorces. As Nik Nanos, chair of Nanos Research tells Evan Solomon, that matters in the United States, where mustering attention for Canadian issues is never easy.
But after the ball gowns and tuxedos are sent back to the dry cleaners, how do we measure what is a win for Trudeau and what is a loss on this big trip south of the border? Nanos offers his view.
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