In the midst of what can probably be described as his most tumultuous time in his reign as prime minister, Harper actually took to the airwaves on Friday, to discuss the Senate, the EU trade deal and the economy.
Here's a teaser from Toronto's Newstalk 1010 interview which was aired at 5pm (EST).
In addition to his defence of the three Conservative motions to suspend Senators Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin and Patrick Brazeau, the prime minister reiterated that he was not forewarned about the $90,000 cheque his chief of staff, Nigel Wright, gave to Duffy.
"Obviously I didn't know and obviously had I known about this I would have told Mr. Wright not to undertake these actions as I think, frankly, you know would be just about everybody's reaction in these circumstances," he said.
"I think I had every right to know. I think I should have been told. I think I clearly should have beenRead More »from Stephen Harper takes to the airwaves to defend Senate suspension motions