It’s getting harder for the Liberals to deny their ties to the Trudeau Foundation, the organization founded by friends and family of Justin Trudeau’s late father Pierre Elliott Trudeau.
Previously, I told you about a video by Senator Denise Batters that detailed appointees to the Senate or those who have taken jobs with the Liberal government with direct ties to the Trudeau Foundation.
But here’s the latest - the Trudeau Foundation paid for Liberal MP Arif Virani to travel to one of their conferences in London to speak. The tab was close to $3K which is once again raising questions of a conflict of interest.
I made inquiries to both the Trudeau Foundation and the Prime Minister’s office to find out what they had to say about this. Watch as I share the canned responses I received.
We know Justin Trudeau attended a $1,500 per plate cash for access Trudeau Foundation fundraiser with a Chinese billionaire who donated to the Foundation.
We know about Senate appointments and government jobs given to Foundation affiliates and now we have an MP accepting an all expenses paid trip to London to speak at a Foundation conference.
As more of these stories come to light, it’s getting harder for the Liberals to explain away the ties to the Trudeau Foundation.