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Sun Media made an on-air apology to federal Liberal leader Justin Trudeau on Monday over a controversial rant the network
The decision by Justin Trudeau to refuse to answer questions from Sun Media reporters -- in the aftermath of a lame, offensive diatribe by one of their television personalities -- sparks an interesting debate about the media and its relationship with our elected representatives. I'm not entirely sure where I stand on Trudeau's decision, other than to raise the following questions: How disreputable does a "news" organization have to be before a politician's decision to boycott would be palatable?
Two weeks ago, Ezra Levant went on a heated, televised tirade where he criticized Justin Trudeau for supposedly "photobombing" a wedding. Levant, most notably, called Justin's father Pierre a "slut," and insinuated similar things about Justin's mother, Margaret Sinclair. Apart from the fact that Levant's rant was inappropriate and completely misplaced, there is a greater picture here that must be considered -- one of even higher magnitude than Levant's derogatory mislabelling of a deceased, former prime minister. Ezra Levant is trying to dispel Trudeaumania from overtaking the country once more.
Federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's decision to boycott Sun Media over an "offensive" rant by one of its TV personalities
In a segment aired on Sun News Network last week, Levant alleged that the groom and father of the bride likely did not appreciate
OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau won’t be answering Sun Media’s questions anymore. The Liberal leader's office issued a short statement
Fantino's jab about religious extremists is likely related to a story from Sun News that the Liberal leader visited the al
Some still took to Twitter to deride Trudeau over what has been sarcastically dubbed "selfie-gate." And Conservative MP Susan
For some reason, Sun News is really offended by what Justin Trudeau said about China, perhaps because Justin took a direct dig at Sun News, while answering a question at his Unplugged: Intimate and Interactive special last week in Toronto.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau apologized on Twitter Thursday for offending used car dealers — and threw a dig at Sun News