OTTAWA, Dec 18 (Reuters) - The next time you see Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien flash by in his official car, spare him a little sympathy. He isn't at all comfortable. Chretien complained on Wednesday that once his beefy Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) bodyguards had climbed aboard, there wasn't much room left in the back of his official auto for him or his wife, Aline. "I'm not driving a huge Cadillac. You should sit in the back of the so-called limousine of the prime ...
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