Philpott and Wilson-Raybould to announce future political plans | Power & Politics

Philpott and Wilson-Raybould to announce future political plans | Power & Politics
Philpott and Wilson-Raybould to announce future political plans | Power & Politics
We do have some sort of late breaking news about Jody wilson-raybould and Jane Philpott. Those are, of course the two are. They were then later kicked out of liberal caucus by the prime minister. They announced today through stuff, but basically the same time and day Monday in different places, they’re going to announce their political future, and I wanted to get a quick take from each of you on what you think you might hear. Aaron on Monday, Facebook open the hot idea of speculation order, or do they go as Independents if they goes green, it’s a much bigger National story insofar as it’s another boost for the greens. Another reason to to think that they’re going to come through. Are you going to come into the over the next little while if they go independent, it’s much more of a local story for Vancouver and and and Markham they’ve? Obviously, though, the profile is such that whatever they do on Monday they’re going to have there’s going to be significant players going forward in some capacity either as people. You know local stories or is National stories. So it’s it’s still a significant moment end for the for the Liberals. It’S just another day that we’re talking about run again. Independence, Google story, but I think it’ll be forgotten quite quickly. Every time they will take a position different from the government will probably mention it, but there’s only 4 weeks left in the session and then we’ll probably lose if they run as independent in their writing very interesting. If they run for the green party, though I wouldn’t that when they will be making their announcements announcements around noon on Monday Ottawa time, Elizabeth made will be in Ottowa and not with that’s even on Monday, around 11, and so I find it separate in their own Writings and lose me is not with either of them. That to me seems to indicate what might happen if you were to announce that you were going to run dependent. It doesn’t quite make sense to do that. At the same time, these announcements, team, coordinated to me, which seems to me like independent, doesn’t quite make sense with that not running again doesn’t make sense with that, doesn’t make sense and, and the NDP doesn’t quite make sense, so that kind of leaves you with with The greens, it’s the woman’s party prediction. I would say that the rumors are true and Elizabeth Maine start of musings on this. What she’s, probably it’s heard of before said that they were sitting on making this job? That’S interesting thing for me is who of the two? Does better politically, and I think the I think the answers Jody wilson-raybould left. She has a massive massive bit of name recognition, her testimony and her certain stuff that you did to get kicked out of the liberal caucus under a lot of props. There especially work on it Miss rights of indigenous Justice. I think she’s. I think she feels a lot better than the ball has the problem that she’s and I’m going to probably screw this name up, because I’m print guy, it’s Markham, Stouffville. I believe I got that. I think the I think the issue there is, the pressure comes from the right. That is a riding. The conservatives really really want and they wanted 2011 and – and I think the Liberals too, at the same time we’re going to probably put somebody in there to go up against her. So I think I think Philpot doesn’t fare nearly as well as Jody wilson-raybould, driving to the CBC News Channel or click the link for another video thanks for watching
Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott, former Liberal cabinet ministers who resigned over the Liberal government’s SNC-Lavalin controversy, say they will make announcements Monday about their political futures.
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