Will there be a public inquiry into foreign interference? Politicos weigh in

Foreign interference has dominated debate in Ottawa for months. Conservative MP Michael Chong, who was a target of intimidation by China, appeared before a committee urging the government to be more transparent with Parliament and the public. Ahead of special rapporteur David Johnston’s long-awaited announcement over whether Canada will have a public inquiry into foreign interference, ‘The West Block’ host Mercedes Stephenson speaks with Bob Fife, the Ottawa bureau chief for The Globe and Mail, and Stephanie Levitz from The Toronto Star about what this interference scandal means for the parties moving forward – whether or not an inquiry is called.