Is Jason Kenney now the federal Conservatives' alpha male? - 2019-08-12

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F94.png Is Jason Kenney now the federal Conservatives' alpha male? August 12, 2019, Gillian Steward, Opinion, Toronto Star

Since Doug Ford has stepped back from politicking for federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer lest he embarrass him it's clear Jason Kenney is now the party's alpha male.

I don't mean that the Alberta premier will replace Scheer any time soon but it's becoming more than a little obvious that the former Conservative MP and cabinet minister is not only setting the federal party's agenda but has become its favourite attack dog.

Kenney's prime target is of course Justin Trudeau. He made that perfectly clear in a video he posted on Twitter two weeks ago in which he stoked Alberta separation and then claimed the only way to dampen down people's fury about Alberta's "raw deal" was to separate Justin Trudeau from the prime minister's office.

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