'Conservatives fell for Liberal traps': MP Michael Chong 1

‘Conservatives fell for Liberal traps’: MP Michael Chong


Conservative MP Michael Chong says his party walked into a number of traps set up by the Liberals during the election.

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  1. This guy is a very poor spokesperson. There were no Liberal traps lol – just PC unpreparedness. This sounds so juvenile.

  2. Otooles has to go. Polievre is way better. Shove your passports. we stand firm and need a leader to support our.right to choose what we put in our bodies.

    1. Let’s see how many PM apologies we get next week.
      Any bets how many NEW scandels are found before year end??

    1. Agreed, And I didn’t for a long time. However, over the last year or more, he’s really started to establish himself.

  3. MPs don’t fall under the new mandate for federal workers, departmental staff do, as do administration staff in the House, Senate, and Library of Parliament.

    1. In order for the Tories to win a future election!! They need to stop nominating leaders from the Harper alumni club.

  4. The Conservative here is tripping through this interview showing how much that the Conservative Party is playing a politics games where they are talking out of both sides of their mouths. You cannot vote for something and then take a stance against that very issue.

  5. As we can see from this interview The Conservative are ” just not ready”. They are out touch with about 56% of Canadians.

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