The day after a leaders’ debate when he pulled out of the game, Justin Trudeau has avoided controversy by not answering questions from reporters about the unsuccessful attempt of Eve Adams former Conservative MP to stand as Liberal candidate.
Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada (LPC) was welcomed with open arms the conservative defector in February. But the spouse of the former right arm of Stephen Harper, Dimitri Soudas, lost his bet two weeks ago lowering pavilion at the Liberal nomination in the riding of Eglinton-Lawrence, represented by the Minister of Finance Joe Oliver.
Visiting the constituency Toronto Friday morning, Justin Trudeau was asked if the Liberal candidate Marco Mendicino out of this struggle weakened against publicized Eve Adams. The politician was content to avoid the question, according to The Canadian Press. “I’m so proud of the open appointment process we have implemented across the country. What it means is that excellent candidates have built extraordinary teams to gather, battle and build the kind of ground attack we really need. ”
If he did not comment on its performance in the first leaders’ debate, Justin Trudeau recalled that he was not bothered by the communication strategies of the Conservative Party against him, reported The Associated Press. “My opponents have invested much time and money to talk about my hair and debate whether they should pronounce my last name,” said he said. “I guess they think it will bother me. But guess what? It does not bother me. ”