The House | Jan 4, 2014 | 48:29

Inside the Wright-Duffy deal

This week on The House, we go through the Senate RCMP court documents like you've never heard before. We bring some of the most controversial emails to life and go through the list of characters involved in the Nigel Wright and Mike Duffy deal.

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