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Politics Politicians and Jody Wilson-Raybould’s father take to Twitter following her resignation

Politicians, Including Jody Wilson-Raybould herself, her supporters and her family have taken to Twitter to discuss her resignation from cabinet on Tuesday.

Ms. Wilson-Raybould shared her resignation letter to the Prime Minister’s Office on the platform.

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Jane Philpott, MP for Markham—Stouffville, who has previously served as Minister of Health and Minister of Indigenous Services tweeted her admiration for Wilson-Raybould, who retweeted Philpott’s post.

John McCallum, Canada’s former ambassador to China also responded to the tweet, praising the accomplishments of both women.

Wilson-Raybould also retweeted a video post from CBC’s Power in Politics in which her father refers to her demotion from Attorney-General to Veterans Affairs as a “kick in the teeth by the Prime Minister.”

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The former Attorney-General is also responding to tweets from former colleagues and supporters who are using the hashtag #standwithJody.

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