‘I made a mistake’: Morneau apologizes for WE controversy

'I made a mistake': Morneau apologizes for WE controversy 1


Finance Minister Bill Morneau made a public apology during a press conference in Toronto on his involvement in the WE charity controversy.


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21 Comments on "‘I made a mistake’: Morneau apologizes for WE controversy"

  1. Fkn thiefs

  2. Your sorry you got caught all of you guys are a bunch of crooks stop taking our hard work for your selfs

  3. thief got caught

  4. ItsWednesday MyDudes | July 17, 2020 at 5:35 PM | Reply

    This guy is a clown lol

  5. Just like when you “forgot” to disclose your French Villa.

  6. Garry Burkart | July 17, 2020 at 5:38 PM | Reply

    Were always sorry when we get caught

  7. Do.the right thing and resign.take the whole.crew with you

  8. Oh he’s looking to plead to lesser offences too.

  9. Criminal !! The finance minister should know better !

  10. The only thing he is sorry about is the money will no longer be funnelled through his family for his retirement! The poor guy will have his monstress pension.

  11. Isn’t that sweet of him!

    If my kid ever robbed the entire nation and tried to lie about it he would get the whoopin of a lifetime Bi! Don’t matter if he was 79 and I was a hundred and two!

    • Go to a store and rob it for $10 dollars and they send you to jail. Allocate a no-bid $912 million dollar contract to an organization that has paid your family and friends?. They make you Prime Minister.

  12. This is when a minister should resign.

  13. Guess who must have got the memo from the PMO’s office to fall on his own sword?.

  14. James Graham | July 17, 2020 at 6:06 PM | Reply

    He considers Canadians stupid. He knew full well what he was doing, and his appology is worthless.

  15. dave rockbne | July 17, 2020 at 6:12 PM | Reply

    Well there’s the apology. Now get on your knees.

  16. Anything goes has long has you apologize

  17. James Atkins | July 17, 2020 at 6:42 PM | Reply

    You regret getting caught. RESIGN

  18. Morneau: I’m sorry…
    Morneau: I’m gonna go find another way to slip some funds my way.

  19. Colin Cooper | July 17, 2020 at 8:05 PM | Reply

    “I am sorry I am a liar and thief, but most sorry we all got caught”

  20. You hear that everyone? They’re soooo sorry they got caught. They’re soooo sorry the entire Liberal party has no ethics and flaunts their corruption right out in the open.

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