Kenney finds the new politics of personal destruction disturbing: cue the nasal coffee rockets
By Michael HarrisJan. 28, 2019
Jason Kenney, now appalled by the politics of personal destruction, spent his glory days running with the guys who perfected it.
United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney, pictured Aug. 23, 2018, at the Conservative policy convention in Halifax. Where was the new and genteel Kenney when he recently opined that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had 'the political depth of a finger bowl,' and couldn’t absorb 'a briefing note longer than a cocktail napkin,' writes Michael Harris. The Hill Times photograph by Samantha Wright Allen
HALIFAX—At one level, the latest tribulations of Jason Kenney are drop dead funny.
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