GUNTER: Trudeau’s not a ‘details’ guy. That’s bad

On first reading, Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson’s report on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s two family vacations to the Aga Khan’s private Bahamian island paints a portrait of a man with little understanding of government conflict-of-interest rules — and little interest in learning them.

How could it be that Trudeau didn’t recognize immediately that it would appear fishy for him to accept a free, tropical vacation from a billionaire who has lobbied several previous federal governments for grants to help his charitable projects in Canada and elsewhere?

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