Miller calls allegations against former PC Leader Patrick Brown shocking
Norm Miller is shocked over allegations against his party’s former leader.
The Parry Sound Muskoka MPP says the Conservatives agreed Patrick Brown was no longer fit to run as the leader for the Ontario PCs. He says Brown did the right thing by stepping down from his leadership role. Miller says the caucus is meeting today to find the best way to move forward just months before the provincial election.
Brown announced his resignation as the party leader earlier this morning. He is reportedly being accused of sexual misconduct by two women during his time serving as a Federal MP. He is denying all allegations against him.