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Poilievre compares Charest to Trudeau with 'record of raising taxes' on Canadians

The Post Millennial: 'Poilievre told the National Post in an interview that Conservatives would have to reflect on if Charest would better serve the interests of the party, as Charest had a lengthy history of raising taxes on Quebecers and Canadians alike, or someone like himself, who served in the Harper government.'

'"I think it’s an honest policy difference," he said. "I support lower taxes on consumers. He has a record of raising taxes on consumers. He raised taxes on fuel. He raised the sales tax, and he made life more expensive for people when he was a provincial Liberal premier.

'"I did the opposite. My record is that I voted to cut the GST, not raise it." Charest has not officially announced his candidacy for the Conservative race, but has said that he is waiting on whether the campaign rules for the election race are "viable or not."'

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