1. SOUNDBITE (English) Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada:
"What has become clear through the various testimonies is that over the past months there was an erosion of trust between my office and specifically my former principal secretary and the former Minister of Justice and Attorney General. I was not aware of that erosion of trust. As prime minister and leader of the federal ministry I should have been."
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2. SOUNDBITE (English) Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada:
"One of the things central to my leadership is fostering an environment where my ministers, caucus and staff feel comfortable coming to me when they have concerns. Indeed I expect them to do so. In Ms Wilson-Raybould case, she did not come to me and I wish she had, because if it's a real relationship and if we truly are a team, we can always acknowledge when we need to make adjustments. Things won't always be perfect, but there should remain a constant level of openness and dialogue. And that dialogue is crucial on a file as important as justice."
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3 . SOUNDBITE (English) Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada:
"In regards to standing up for jobs and defending the integrity of our rule of law. I continue to say that there was no inappropriate pressure. I'm obviously reflecting on lessons learned through this and I think Canadians expect that of us that any time we go through periods of internal disagreement and indeed challenges to internal trust as we have, there are things that we have to reflect on and understand and do better next time."
Justin Trudeau says he has taken many lessons from a Cabinet controversy that has shaken Canada's government in an election year, but the prime minister isn't apologizing.
Trudeau said Thursday there was an "erosion of trust" and a "lack of communication" between his office and former Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould, who says Trudeau and senior members of his government inappropriately tried to pressure her to avoid criminal prosecution of a Canadian company.
Trudeau and his aides deny that, saying they were only pointing out that prosecution could endanger thousands of people's jobs.
Trudeau says Wilson-Raybould did not come to him to express her concerns and says he wishes she had.
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