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Canada Justin Trudeau is wearing a bullet-proof vest to the security threat: reports

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The canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau was wearing the night a bullet-proof vest on stage Saturday, when he made a speech in the midst of heavy security, after authorities learned of a threat to security, according to the reports.

Trudeau, the leader of the nation, the Liberal party, is seeking re-election in October. 21. He addressed an audience of about 2,000 Fans in Mississauga, Ontario, just outside Toronto, the CBC reported.

Liberal officials would not the nature of the threat to disclose, but the event is delayed by about 90 minutes, according to the Toronto Star. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police also would not comment.

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The prime minister’s wife, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, don’t introduce him to the audience, as was originally scheduled, the CBC reported.

When he talked to the end, Trudeau is mixed, with some members of the crowd leave.

No unusual incidents during Trudeau’s appearance, according to the CBC.

Trudeau’s security detail was the numerous reported than usual, the CBC. Two weeks ago, a protester at a climate change event in Montreal, was arrested after approaching Trudeau.

The leader of the rival Conservative party, New democratic party, the concern for Trudeau expresses the security.

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer wrote on Twitter:

To listen to the very shocking that Justin was Trudeau wearing a bullet-proof vest, the tonight at a campaign event. The threat of violence against the political leaders have absolutely no place in our democracy. Many thanks to the RCMP to take seriously these threats and keep us safe,” he wrote.

New democratic leader Jagmeet Singh posted the following:

“Any threat against @Justin Trudeau, or a leader, is disturbing for all of us,” he wrote. “No matter how you vote, or do you believe that no one should, in view of the threat of violence. To the officers who protect all of us – thank you.”

On Wednesday, Trudeau was an unpleasant exchange with some of the students asked him had, to a recent incident in which he darkened his skin, as part of a party costume.

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“Why did you paint your face brown?”, a girl asked.

“Ooh, it was something I have not done, because it hurt people,” he said. “It is not something that you should do, and this is something I’ve learned. I didn’t know it at the time, but I know it now-and I am sad that I hurt people.”

Trudeau apologized last month for wearing brown face make-up a “Arabian Nights” party at the private school, where, he said, taught in 2001: “I should have known better.”

Fox News’ Sam Dorman contributed to this report.

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