Fife breaks down Poilievre’s reversal on Conservative leadership run

Fife breaks down Poilievre's reversal on Conservative leadership run 1


The Press Gallery discusses Pierre Poilievre’s departure from the Conservative leadership race and what it means for the race.


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27 Comments on "Fife breaks down Poilievre’s reversal on Conservative leadership run"

  1. Lee Henneberry | January 23, 2020 at 7:13 PM | Reply

    So 4 more years of Trudeau ?

    • Keagan Krossman | January 23, 2020 at 8:43 PM | Reply

      Josh o yup. An election where Trudeau wins another majority

    • @Keagan Krossman is the new beard going to get him back the 1 million votes he lost ?

    • Keagan Krossman | January 23, 2020 at 9:38 PM | Reply

      Josh o yup! Easily. Even so, despite losing those 1 million votes, and the Conservatives winning an extra 200,000 votes, the Liberals still crushed the CPC with a strong minority. Yes the Liberals will win again.

    • @Keagan Krossman they lost 27 seats thats not very impressive , McKay will get the same votes as scheer plus more voters from the Maritimes and ontario.. so enjoy the liberal goverment for another year !

  2. Christopher Lacroix | January 23, 2020 at 7:15 PM | Reply

    Do you ever think of going for non conservative viewers? I hear they watch ads too.

  3. YingYang Plane | January 23, 2020 at 7:53 PM | Reply

    Pierre for prime minister!!!

  4. Nobody wants to captain a sinking ship.

    • Funny that “sinking ship” won the popular vote last election

    • @WTF Again? LoL Pierre chickened out honestly. His excuse with family is BS. Rona Ambrose, a female, a mother, from Alberta was Conservative leader flying to Ottawa back and forth.

    • James

      By 1.3%. Marginal.

    • No Chatter

      Two front runners dropping out so suddenly seems odd.

      One dropping out may be an individual issue. Two dropping out signals something organizational is afoot or the polling numbers stink. Or both.

  5. victoriapickering74 | January 23, 2020 at 8:12 PM | Reply

    McKay the front runner???? We might as well just leave Trudeau in power for the next 4 years. This is devastating for Canadians.

  6. That chick in bottom right needs to practice speaking on camera…. Er eh uh ummm uh uh

  7. who got to him?

  8. Pierre is acting like his a baby daddy to 3 little kids lmao. He also lives in Ottawa area.

  9. Virginia Greene | January 23, 2020 at 9:24 PM | Reply

    Don’t like this for 2 reasons: 1) Evan is a rude interviewer and 2) I’m sorry Pierre is out. I would have loved him for PM! But I can understand he wants to be with his family.

  10. Sad to here Pierre is out, im in my late 20s and it would of been the first time I voted, he made me want to. But I understand why he wouldnt. Family is more important.

  11. Mackay is a mistake.

  12. Boo

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