Liberal MP Iqwinder Gaheer (Mississauga-Malton) said Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre copied the words of former New York governor Mario Cuomo in a speech he gave about Canada’s problems. .“Hey @PierrePoilievre, care to explain why you despise liberals, but plagiarize their words in your most recent speech?” said Gaheer in a Tuesday tweet. .The video starts off with Poilievre saying he wants to address Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. .“There is pain in the faces you do not see,” he said. .“There is suffering in the voices you do not hear.” .He said there is “distress, and even chaos, in the places you do not go.” .The video cuts to Cuomo giving the keynote address at the 1984 Democratic National Convention. .“There is despair, Mr. President, in the faces you don’t see, in the places you don’t visit in your shining city,” said Cuomo. .“In fact, Mr. President, this is a nation.” .Poilievre said on December 15 Trudeau harmed the supplies Canadians need to survive. .READ MORE: WATCH: Poilievre says Trudeau has destroyed Canada’s systems.“So Trudeau is mad that I said everything feels broken,” he said. .“He broke them.”.Poilievre could not be reached for comment in time for publication.