Deleting Harper 'hateful'

It is reprehensible that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is aggressively deleting web pages from Google search results that pertain to Stephen Harper's days when he was the prime minister.

This started on Nov. 4 when Trudeau took office. The Privy Council has asked Google 51 times to delete Stephen Harper's documents. This was reported in the National Post on June 17.

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This shows a hateful attitude of Trudeau towards the previous prime minster that he is attempting to obliterate any reference to him in documents that should be protected to safeguard his record. Would Trudeau be pleased if the next prime minister were to do the same thing to him?

This action by Trudeau attests to his small mindedness.

Julia Serup

Prince George

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