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United Steelworkers president Leo Gerard shakes hands with U.S. President Donald Trump. (AARON P. BERNSTEIN/REUTERS)
United Steelworkers president Leo Gerard shakes hands with U.S. President Donald Trump. (AARON P. BERNSTEIN/REUTERS)

Why a labour leader who backed Hillary Clinton is now drawn to Donald Trump’s side Add to ...

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What’s wrong with this picture from the White House Thursday?

There’s President Donald Trump, sitting at his Oval Office desk, the iconic yellow curtains behind him and a group of American grandees, including the Commerce Secretary, surrounding him. And at the centre of the picture is Leo Gerard, who’s not even an American and who is president of a union that backed Hillary Clinton in the November election.

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