On last night's show, I reported on the foreign-born Liberal MPs who forget which country they're supposed to be representing.
Geng Tan is a Toronto MP representing Don Valley North, he made headlines after it was revealed he'd visited Beijing to consult with Chinese authorities on behalf of a Liberal Party donor accused of money laundering and fraud.
Tan is a member of a "friendship" committee between Canadian MPs and China, a body that seeks to foster closer relations between the two countries.
Justin Trudeau was humiliated during his last visit to China when he failed to negotiate a trade agreement, it appears relations with the Communist dictatorship he claimed to "admire" have soured. Is he planning on making concessions to secure an agreement?
What promises did Geng Tan make to the Chinese authorities on behalf of the Liberal fundraiser?