Re: O’Leary bails on Conservative debate, Feb. 28
Re: The next leader of the Conservatives is . . . one of these 14, Feb. 18
O’Leary bails on Conservative debate, Feb. 28
Would the Star please stop giving so much unsolicited space to a man who doesn’t speak French, doesn’t live in Canada, avoids debates which will show up his weaknesses, whose only claim to fame is being obnoxious on an obnoxious TV show and, as a candidate to be leader of the Conservative Party, is Trumpian in most of his dangerous suggestions for Canada.
Diana Shields, Toronto
The next leader of the Conservatives is . . . one of these 14, Feb. 18
Seeing that Kevin O’Leary considers Boston to be his real home, shouldn’t he be running for governor of Massachusetts instead of pretending to be a patriotic Tory?
William Bedford, Newmarket
O’Leary’s fame is weak, not wonderful, Feb.20.
His fame won’t be “weak, not wonderful” for long if you keep only writing about his leadership run for the Conservative party. This is exactly what the press did for Trump (and Rob Ford.)
Barbara Ward, Toronto
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