Mulcair breaks down Singh and Scheer’s shadow cabinets


Former NDP leader Tom Mulcair discusses Jagmeet Singh and Andrew Scheer's leadership and shadow cabinets. #cdnpoli

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11 Comments on "Mulcair breaks down Singh and Scheer’s shadow cabinets"

  1. Pilsbandydoboy | November 28, 2019 at 3:41 PM | Reply

    Stop using Mulcair as the “NDP Pundit”, the guy was the only federal party leader ever defeated in a party confidence vote. So would you blame him if he has a bit of a chip on his shoulder about the new leader? The guy who his party made look like a historic loser in Canadian politics. That’s who you think is the best person to represent the views of the party? Come on.

  2. Graham Williams | November 28, 2019 at 3:56 PM | Reply

    That was a pretty friendly interview Jennifer, not at all like your interview of Max Bernier where you were on full out attack … your bias is still showing.

  3. I meant sing.

  4. It’s true that Scheer has asked the right questions in “question period”, so have most of the opposition members including the NDP. What’s the point when Trudeau either can’t or won’t answer them ? Either that or he sat down and ignored the questions entirely, setting up Chagger as his decoy.

  5. William Humphrey | November 28, 2019 at 5:29 PM | Reply

    funny coming from Mulcair, poor fella.

  6. Hey Tom, Trudeau got Squeezed by more than half the country and lost the popular vote.

  7. Mulcair is one to talk about leadership……


  9. tvdruggedzombie | November 28, 2019 at 6:29 PM | Reply

    Wow I though the reporter was going to go down on him

  10. none of this really matters in the long run, Trudeaus government wont last 2 years before we are back at the polls.

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