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Dimitri Soudas’s interference in fiancée Eve Adams’s Oakville nomination race cost him his job in the Prime Minister’s Office.
Dimitri Soudas’s interference in fiancée Eve Adams’s Oakville nomination race cost him his job in the Prime Minister’s Office.
(Cynthia Munster/)

Dimitri Soudas is a product of his environment

Dimitri Soudas lost his job for being the heavy for the wrong person.

He was for years a loyal operative for Prime Minister Stephen Harper, willing to get tough with journalists, MPs, and party officials, to fire blasts of venom and throw his weight around. It’s when he started doing such things for his fiancée, Conservative MP Eve Adams, that he had to go.