Mulroney


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Mulroney

(mʌlˈrəʊnɪ)
n
(Biography) (Martin) Brian. born 1939, Canadian lawyer, businessman, and statesman; Conservative prime minister (1984–93)
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In Ottawa on April 5, in the midst of the momentous discussions of a free-trade act between the United States and Canada, Prime Minister Mulroney and his officials were taken aback to hear President Reagan launch into a denunciation of the legislation proposed by MacDonald, along with an anxious inquiry about whether Mulroney really agreed with such plans to inconvenience the U.S.
"The clean-coal technology program currently represents the only program to which the administration can point as a basis for further discussions of the acid rain issue with Canada." This subject will probably top the agenda when President Reagan and Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney meet later this month.
She immediately hired the services of her good friend and stylist, Jessica Mulroney, to revamp her entire wardrobe.
The youngsters include seven-yearold twins, Brian and John Mulroney, the children of Meghan's best friend, Jessica, and the boys' sister, Ivy, five.
In the book "(https://www.amazon.com/Harry-Life-Loss-Katie-Nicholl/dp/1602865264) Harry: Life, Loss, and Love ," author Katie Nicholl said that when Markle and Prince Harry were still hiding their romance from the public, they sought the help of Jessica Mulroney so that they could meet privately in Canada.
Other friends in the Grand Penthouse included her unofficial stylist Jessica Mulroney and Suits co-star Abigail Spencer.
Markle made a secret trip to Toronto sans husband Prince Harry, to visit her best friend, style consultant Jessica Mulroney, reported ABC News.
Changing Taiwan's designation to "Chinese Taipei" would be a step in the wrong direction," David Mulroney, former executive director of the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei, was quoted as saying in a Global News report.