After Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole finally clarified he would keep the Liberals' ban on assault-style weapons if he became prime minister, his party is now on the same page, admitting its platform has changed. Now O'Toole is denying accusations he has connections with a Canadian gun lobby. As David Akin explains, the claims are related to a 2018 audio recording.
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