Mulroney puts PC leadership opponents on blast, says 'only I can' win
PC leadership hopeful has come out swinging against Christine Elliott, Doug Ford
Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Caroline Mulroney delivered a speech on Friday in which she described her party as "in crisis."
After calling on fellow leadership candidates Christine Elliott, Doug Ford and Tanya Granic Allen to join her call for Brown to bow out, she criticized Elliott and Ford, arguing they don't have what it takes to win a provincial election.
Elliott, she said, lacked commitment, pointing to her decision to accept an appointment from Kathleen Wynne to work as Ontario's patient ombudsman.
Ford, meanwhile, had "no clue what his random ideas would actually cost."
"Doug can't get the job done and Christine has proven she won't," said Mulroney. "Only I can."
Mulroney, who has never held elected office before, jumped into the PC leadership race in early February with the campaign slogan, "Let's get it done."