While Justin Trudeau's own house is burning around him, the prime minister continues to claim that all is well in Liberal land and he welcomes the input of two former ministers who have engaged in the death of a thousand cuts with all their colleagues.
Whatever side of the Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott show you are on, one thing is clear. The biggest loser in the war of allegations is Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, writes Sheila Copps. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s precipitous poll drop should serve as a pre-election wakeup call.
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David MacNaughton 'made it a priority' to understand who the key U.S. influencers were and which Canadian would be best to deliver the message, says former PMO Canada-U.S. war room staffer Diamond Isinger.
'The evidence showed there were many ways in which Mr. Trudeau, either directly or through the actions of those under his direction, sought to influence the Attorney General,' the commissioner's report says.