Mr. Speaker, in the interview the Prime Minister did with Mr. Zytaruk, which is there for any of us to hear, the interview begins:
Mr. Zytaruk: I mean, there was an insurance policy for a million dollars. Do you know anything about that?
The Prime Minister: I don't know the details. I know that there were discussions, uh, this is not for publication?
These are the Prime Minister's own words: “I don't know the details. I know that there were discussions. This is not for publication?”
If he did not know anything, why did he not say, “Insurance policy, what insurance policy? I don't know anything about an insurance policy”. Why?