“Trudeau lied in his first remarks about The Globe and Mail story, saying the allegations therein were false; ethics boss Mario Dion later unequivocally found that the allegations were true.
Then, in one of the debates, Trudeau actually repeated that spurious claim.
And throughout the campaign, he described the waiver of privilege he gave JWR as the broadest in Canadian history, but it wasn’t — and it was an easily refutable claim, and various media refuted it. It didn’t matter; Trudeau kept saying it.
He lives in a place — apparently — where truth is what he says it is.”