Federal Leaders’ Debates: Breaking down the best performances

 

Adrienne Batra, Scott Reid and Tom Mulcair discuss the debate and if any of the leaders was able to come out ahead.

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38 Comments on "Federal Leaders’ Debates: Breaking down the best performances"

  1. Mulclair is on glue!

  2. lastpirateslife | October 7, 2019 at 10:33 PM | Reply

    i don’t care who performed best. we all have seen the skunk’s performance for the last 4 years. he needs the Boot now.

  3. Who cares on the debate, just look at Trudeaus track record over these past 4 years. He’s a freaking joke!

    • Exactly. He’s lost a 4 year debate and killed the Canadian economy. Nobody in the global political world respects Trudeau. He’s a joke and is being trampled on because he’s so weak. Nobody in their right mind, nobody who cares about Canada would vote for Trudeau. If you plan to vote for him, please tell me why…..

  4. Trudeau had a really weak debate close which mirrored his entire term in office. He demonstrated again that he cannot think on his feet, he avoided answering most questions and spouted condescending rhetoric which voters are sick of hearing. Singh took advantage of the battle with Scheer and Trudeau. May lost votes to Singh. Bernier tried but failed to convince anyone he can work with the other parties.

  5. Producer: “ok everyone, don’t bring up Maxime, don’t bring up Maxime, don’t bring up Maxime…. Aaaand we’re live”.

  6. Certified Technician | October 8, 2019 at 12:02 AM | Reply

    Voting People’s Party of Canada

  7. We couldn’t afford another 4 years of Justin Trudeau.

    • Donna McDonald | October 8, 2019 at 4:23 AM | Reply

      Canada will be finished as a nation if Justin Trudeau wins. Are you ready for some real tough times Ontario? You are suckers for punishment. Just give the Liberals the keys to your car for the another four years.

    • Dirt Boss1971 | October 8, 2019 at 6:29 AM | Reply

      And we really can’t afford a liberal/Green/NDP coalition gov. Canada will be done,…. No more industry, no more nothing, everyone will be on welfare living in shipping containers totally dependent on the government.

  8. I didn’t even waste my time watching, only commenting now. Don’t need to watch to know Trudeau is pathetic

  9. Avoiding talking of PPC until the last 5 seconds of the vid ,,,, HUMMM ????

  10. “It was very effective” ya so much so that Mad Max is going to get my vote.

  11. Simone Benson | October 8, 2019 at 1:09 AM | Reply

    this was basically a hurah! to the left wing parties

  12. Take Trudeau off his script, and he can’t keep the “um, uh” out of his mouth. He doesn’t know anything other than what he’s practiced in the mirror.

  13. These clowns are out to lunch. MULCAIR IS A MORON! Trudeau was spanked and shown he has to go now …dont wait for 21st get him gone

  14. Lmao of course Mulcair won’t say Singh won since he’s the ex-NDP leader

  15. Allan Abramoff | October 8, 2019 at 3:12 AM | Reply

    PPC…Strong & Free!

  16. Walter Schwartz | October 8, 2019 at 7:12 AM | Reply

    If justin gets in again we will see a much différant canada . my be with out alberta and Saskatchewan. The earth will not be destroyed by climate change that is lie . little spud must go

  17. Go Max Go PPC

  18. Edward St-Pierre | October 8, 2019 at 8:05 AM | Reply

    It’s always the same story Mr Trudeau will say in English that he will fight bill 21 , and in French will say that he will not interfere in provinecale government matters

  19. Could you imagine trump having to deal with Singh as prime minister lol

  20. Malikah Brown-Henry | October 8, 2019 at 10:04 AM | Reply

    Justin Trudeaus a joke.

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