“So there are a number of concerns but overall, to me what it looked like is we have a current attorney general who is completely under the thumb of the prime minister,” said Bergen.
“What a comparison between the former attorney general, who is clear, concise, knows the law, is very direct. We heard that in her testimony and David Lametti, who was vague, evasive, didn’t want to give an opinion and I would say he’s doing exactly what the prime minister wants,” Bergen continued.
If you're the Attorney General and you're asked if elections are ever a reason to interfere in a court case, the answer should be "No." Watch David Lametti's pathetic answer to the easiest question he will ever get: 1/2 pic.twitter.com/khq9QaOTPY
— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) March 3, 2019