OToole confident in his caucus support, heading in

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Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole says he’s confident that he has enough support to stay on as leader, ahead of a key post-election meeting where he’s facing a divided caucus that is set to vote on whether MPs should give themselves the power to potentially oust him.

Asked on his way to the in-person meeting in the Sir John A. Macdonald building across the street from Parliament Hill whether he thinks he has the support needed to carry on in the party’s top job, O’Toole responded: “I’ve spoken to most of caucus, and yes I do.”

“We’re all disappointed, no one more so than me. But we have to make sure we build on the gains we have, learn from where we fell short. That’s what any team, that’s what any family does when you have a disappointment, you learn from it, you come together, and that’s what the meeting will doThe same situation.,” he said Tuesday.

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