How a former Trump official wound up at Ottawa's convoy protest - 2022-02-10

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F182.png How a former Trump official wound up at Ottawa's convoy protest February 10, 2022, Alexander Panetta, CBC News

A former Trump administration official has been in Ottawa for days to participate in the protests against vaccine mandates and other COVID-19 measures in what he describes as a personal mission.

Paul Alexander is a Canadian former part-time faculty member at McMaster University in Hamilton who lives in the U.S. and had a contentious stint as science adviser to former president Donald Trump earlier in the pandemic.

Now, he's part of the demonstrations in Ottawa, holding news conferences, appearing alongside People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier and tweeting about bringing fuel to protesting truckers.

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{{cite news | first = Alexander | last = Panetta | title = How a former Trump official wound up at Ottawa's convoy protest | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/paul-alexander-ottawa-convoy-1.6345824 | work = CBC News | date = February 10, 2022 | accessdate = August 17, 2022 }}