Prime Minister Trudeau showed poor judgement in elbowing incident

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To the Editor:

(Re: “This is the Life: Prime minster’s elbow incident made mountain from a molehill”)

Mr. Eckersley missed the point that the prime minister strode across the floor in anger. Remember, there was no audio.

There are many shenanigans in Parliament. There have been in the past and there will be in the future. It was not the prime minister’s job to keep order in the House; it was the Speaker’s. That showed poor judgment by the prime minister.

Fred D. Stevenson

Erickson

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