Wilson-Raybould says she shouldn’t be removed from caucus

OTTAWA — Jody Wilson-Raybould says she “does not believe” she should be removed from caucus, despite some of her Liberal colleagues questioning whether she has a future with the party after she released secretly-recorded audio of a conversation she had with Canada’s top civil servant about SNC-Lavalin.

“I do not believe that I should be removed from caucus for doing my job and doing what I believe is right,” Wilson-Raybould told reporters on Parliament Hill late Monday.

In the roughly six-minute scrum Wilson-Raybould said she is “committed” to remaining a Liberal MP, though that decision may soon not be hers to make.