WATCH: Andrew Scheer Publicly Announces His Resignation

“This was the most difficult decision I have ever had to make.”

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer officially announced his resignation as Conservative Leader in the House of Commons.

You can watch Scheer’s announcement below:

“This was the most difficult decision I have ever had to make. I have announced my intention to step down as the Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada once a new Leader is elected. I am putting my party first and my family first.”

This was the most difficult decision I have ever had to make. I have announced my intention to step down as the Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada once a new Leader is elected. I am putting my party first and my family first. WATCH LIVE: En direct: ce fut la decision la plus difficile que j’ai eu à prendre. J’ai annoncé mon intention de quitter la direction du Parti conservateur du Canada suite à l’élection du prochain chef. Je mets les intérêts de ma famille et mon parti en priorité.

Posted by Andrew Scheer on Thursday, December 12, 2019

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Joanne

He made the right decision. He’s a good man but was unable to defeat the worst PM in my lifetime. I’d like to see Rona Ambrose or Michelle Remple as next leader.

Vlad Tepesblog

Wait this was not the most difficult decision he ever made because it wasn’t a decision at all. he got caught stealing. He had no choice. This was not any kind of decision.

Sharon

Such a gentleman!! Perhaps too nice a gentleman to be a strong leader! Whatever the future holds for CPC they can truly say they had a leader with integrity, immaculate work ethic, dedication, courage, knowledge to lead the party forward. Best wishes Andrew Scheer!!

Jay

Whatever the reasons for Andrew’s resignation, he was still the best choice of the ten candidates who ran for leadership. He was the right choice at the right time and consolidated the membership.