Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford speaks at a campaign event in Sault Ste.
She also criticized Tory Leader Doug Ford - who she said has not responded to her call for united opposition to the tariffs - and NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, who has said Wynne and Trudeau could have done more to prevent the tariffs.
Ford has said a Tory government would run deficits for the first two or three years, but his plan doesn't spell out the size of those deficits, a path to balance or a way to start paying down the debt. I don't know who voters will choose but I am pretty sure that it won't be me. On Thursday, Ms. Wynne told reporters that she did not recall the situation: "I don't recall a contentious exchange with Glen Murray, I just don't recall", she said.
On Sunday, Wynne said she is still pushing to represent her riding again.
It's unclear if Wynne will step down as leader of the Liberal party after the election that is just five days away.
Like a true political chameleon, she'll do and say whatever she thinks will win her votes.
The Liberal leader was hoping to boost support for two of her candidates, in two ridings where boundaries had recently been redrawn.
"On the one end of the spectrum, you have Doug Ford - he's expressed his admiration for (U.S. President) Donald Trump, despite the chaos, the uncertainty that the Trump administration has caused Ontario", Wynne said.
Liberal premier Kathleen Wynne compared Ford's refusal to say whether or not he would attend Pride to his refusal to release a fully costed election platform, saying Ford seemed to be trying to say as little as possible.
Wynne said whichever way the vote goes, people should hope for a minority win to keep the government "from acting too extreme - one way or the other".
Surviving a leadership review in November 2014, Horwath came into the current campaign knowing this would be her last election as leader if she couldn't improve the party's fortunes.
Omar Khan, a Liberal executive council member, said the party is now working on maintaining official party status. They don't trust the choices he would make.
Marie-France Lalonde, the party's candidate in Ottawa-Orleans and a former minister in Wynne's government, said the announcement won't dissuade her from door knocking.
"This list, which he posted on his web site, will not help people understand who to vote for, and what interests will defend the party, ' said the Croat".
The latest polls have the NDP and the Progressive Conservatives neck-and-neck, with the Liberals floundering. People worry about what will happen to our economy if the NDP take power and form a majority government with nothing to hold them back.