Why Doug Ford believes himself blameless - a premier besieged by enemies - 2019-06-26

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F94.png Why Doug Ford believes himself blameless - a premier besieged by enemies June 26, 2019, Martin Regg Cohn, Toronto Star

First, he fired Vic Fedeli — faulting his finance minister for the worst budget rollout in recent memory. Leaving the premier faultless as usual.


Next, he parted ways with Dean French — blaming his once-powerful chief of staff for the most pungent patronage appointments in recent memory. Leaving the premier blameless as usual.

Now, Ontario's master of disruption is running out of scapegoats to dismiss. Which puts the spotlight back on the self-styled premier of the people, even if he's still busy trying to find more enemies of the people.

When you've dumped both your right hand man and left hand man, why not man up? Not in his nature.

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