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From Liberals losing key riding to Biden-Trump debate, this week’s top stories

U.S. President Joe Biden and his challenger, the former president Donald Trump, faced off in a debate, the Liberal Party lost a key byelection battle with the Conservatives and Ottawa is mulling tariffs on electric vehicles made in China.

Here are some of the top stories this week.

U.S. President Joe Biden and former president Donald Trump faced off Thursday in their first debate of 2024, which is expected to solidify the stakes of November’s election.

CNN hosted the debate in Atlanta, offering a rare opportunity for both sides to try to gain momentum in a race that will likely be decided by a small fraction of voters in a handful of battleground states.

The matchup set a record for the oldest presidential opponents in American history. Biden, 81, and Trump, 78, are both facing questions about their mental and physical fitness for the job.

U.S. President Joe Biden and former president Donald Trump clashed in the first presidential debate in the 2024 presidential election campaign.

They argued over the fate of American democracy, abortion and the other candidate’s family and legal trials.

The Liberals lost a key byelection in what was once considered one of the safest Liberal seats in the country. The Conservatives won a surprise victory Monday night, swiping the Toronto-St. Paul’s seat from the Liberals for the first time in three decades.

However, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says she still has faith in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s leadership.

But not everybody is convinced Trudeau should continue as Liberal Leader.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s former environment minister Catherine McKenna says it’s time for the party to find a new leader after the Liberals suffered a stunning defeat this week in a former Toronto

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