WATCH: How Trudeau shut down the WE scandal investigation
With a 'controversy' of this magnitude, Trudeau was forced to use every tool in his arsenal to weasel his way out of a career-ending scandal.
The Trudeau Liberals will be providing a select few unredacted documents to the non-partisan parliamentary law clerk, who will then be tasked with deciding what information should be blacked out to protect party secrets.
"They've given a speech on the cartoon character Polkaroo. Imagine your a small business owner and you turn on the television to find out what the finance committee is doing to save your business, and you see a Liberal MP giving an extensive speech on the cartoon character Polkaroo."
Conservative MP Michael Barrett questioned how Speakers' Spotlight could confirm the authenticity of Trudeau's records after having destroyed their own copies of them.
The Bloc Quebecois has already announced that they will vote in favour of establishing an anticorruption committee, while NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is yet to make a final decision on the matter.
The revelation comes as opposition parties seek to continue the investigation into the WE scandal, a process which has been hindered by Liberal Party obstruction.
Over $750,000 in fees, trips, and gifts have been given to the Trudeau family, according to public records. Those payments, typically, are made in the form of $20,000 appearance fees.
Justin Trudeau has made a small fortune from speaking fees since he became a Member of Parliament in 2008.