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A Hodge Podge Of Political Hacks: Inside The War Room
We go behind the scenes in Canadian politics with Lisa and Warren Kinsella, who share stories of Liberal war rooms and "dirty rotten lobbyists."
October 11, 2016

How do the backroom dealings in Ottawa stack up to the kind of power games we see on shows like House of Cards or the West Wing?

Warren Kinsella brought the U.S. war room model to Jean Chrétien’s campaign, making it his mission to drive rival politicians crazy and throw them off their game. Lisa Kinsella has worked in Liberal war rooms too, and is now a lobbyist. They both work for Daisy Group.

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