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Andrew Saxton, Conservative Leadership Candidate: 'Boring Gets The Job Done'

03/24/2017 12:43 EDT | Updated 03/24/2017 12:43 EDT

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Saxton, one of 14 candidates running for the party's leadership, says being boring is a good thing because it "gets the job done."

The 53-year-old says in the clip he is proud of a National Post article that called him "the most generic-brand leadership candidate" because "generic is boring and boring works."

Watch Saxton's video embedded above.

"Canadians just want someone they can trust," the former North Vancouver MP says toward the end of the clip,"and the truth is you can trust boring."

For some more exciting insights into the candidate's life, check out The Huffington Post Canada's profile of Saxton here.


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