On last night's show, I reported on Justin Trudeau's response to Lisa Laflamme's question about his $10.5 million payout to a convicted and confessed Islamic terrorist, Omar Khadr.
Trudeau claims he's "frustrated and outraged" over "having" to make the payout, even though it was his decision. With Canada's largest law firm, the Department of Justice, working for Trudeau he's capable of fighting a lawsuit for a decade.
Allowing for a trial would've given Canada's government the ability to prove Khadr was a terrorist and murderer that Canada never had custody over. Even if Khadr won the suit, the government would at least be on record as having opposed a payout and the guilt would be on the judges.
Instead, Trudeau expedited the payment, hid it from the families of Khadr's victims, and apologized to a terrorist on behalf of Canadians.