‘I would respectfully suggest to Tom Mulcair that he button it up,’ Robinson says Mulcair’s swipes at Singh ‘inappropriate’
By Beatrice Paez Jan. 25, 2019
Former veteran NDP MP Svend Robinson, who hopes to make a political comeback, says former party leader Tom Mulcair should refrain from commenting on his successor's performance.
Svend Robinson, pictured on Jan. 24, 2019, in the new foyer in West Block. Mr. Robinson is hoping to make a political comeback.
The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Former veteran NDP MP Svend Robinson, who wants to make a federal political comeback, says it is inappropriate for ex-leader Tom Mulcair to take public swipes at NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, especially when the party is taking a political beating.
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