Canada 'Still like that smile,' Ford says to Wynne

22:55  11 may  2018
22:55  11 may  2018 Source:   msn.com

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PARRY SOUND, Ont. — Doug Ford has now commented twice on Kathleen Wynne ’s smile , and the Liberal leader doesn’t know why. During a televised election debate Monday night, the Progressive Conservative leader turned to Wynne and said , “You’ve got a nice smile on your face.”.

Here's the video of PC leader Doug Ford saying " Still like that smile ," to Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne , and holding on to her hand as she tries to turn away at the end of the northern debate. #onpoli pic.twitter.com/V0GMJsyZvd.

a man wearing a suit and tie© Provided by thecanadianpress.com PARRY SOUND, Ont. - Doug Ford has now commented twice on Kathleen Wynne's smile, and the Liberal leader doesn't know why.

During a televised election debate Monday night, the Progressive Conservative leader turned to Wynne and said, "You've got a nice smile on your face."

Wynne laughed awkwardly and said, "So do you."

Ford remarked on it again Friday during another televised debate in Parry Sound, Ont.

The two leaders shook hands and as Wynne turned to shake NDP Leader Andrea Horwath's hand, Ford held his handshake with Wynne and said, "Still like that smile."

After the debate, Wynne said in response she just turned away.

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At the end of the Northern Debate in Parry Sound, PC Leader Doug Ford shook Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne 's hand and compliments her smile for the second time this week.

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"I'm not sure what my smile has got to do with making good policy for the north or anywhere else in the province," she said.

Ford spokeswoman Melissa Lantsman said it was a "lighthearted moment" during the first debate, and noted both leaders made the comment to each other.

"It was a reminder to always keep things friendly," she said in a statement. "Doug Ford made the same comment after the second debate as a way of saying they are rivals on stage, but he respects her. It was nothing more than that."

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