How many people will believe that?
After reports that the government was using an ethics loophole to avoid saying what gifts the Aga Khan gave to Justin Trudeau, he is now claiming to reveal what he was given:
An overnight bag.
If that is true, why has it taken such a long time for it to be revealed?
If that is true, why would the government have used an ethics loophole to avoid revealing it?
Notably, Trudeau has been refusing to respond to questions about the value of the gifts and “whether the Aga Khan gave gifts to other members of the Trudeau family.”
After so many lies, who can believe anything Trudeau says?
Not too many people will believe what Justin Trudeau is saying, and that’s because he hasn’t earned the benefit of the doubt.
If Trudeau had developed a reputation for telling the truth, then his words would be believable. Yet, at this very present moment, Trudeau is involved in what seems to be a desperate cover-up of his disastrous India trip, where lies, blame, and distractions are being thrown all over the place as he tries to avoid taking responsibility for his actions and his failures.
So, if he couldn’t tell the truth then, there’s no reason to believe him now.
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