Ryan Cleary tells CBC’s Chris O’Neill-Yates his version of why he wants to get into politics.
Rather than settle questions, Cleary just makes his situation worse.
Note that Cleary brings up and then ducks the question of spending more time with his family. Then he admits the decision for him to leave VOCM’s employ was entirely VOCM’s business decision: he wanted to stay; they ended the relationship.
That doesn’t sound like:
Tonight [Cleary] he told me he simply made a decision to put his kids first, despite the fact that he enjoyed talk radio and has great respect for the team he leaves behind at VOCM. He just could not make the long term commitment needed by his employer to keep doing the Nightline program..so they parted ways.
Unfortunately, the cbc clip seems to cut out abruptly in the middle of things. Let’s hope they can fix it and get the rest of it posted.
In the meantime, it’s interesting to hear Cleary handling yet more controversy over his candidacy.