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BREAKING: Liberal Minister Catherine McKenna refuses to apologize for past animal cruelty tourism and attending young bride auction

Despite animal rights activists and women's rights activists asking for an apology, McKenna seemingly ignored their pleas until Monday when she broke her silence.

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Liberal cabinet Minister Catherine McKenna has been the subject of controversy in the past two weeks, as uncovered travel footage shows her eating dog, bribing her way into an illegal cockfight and attending a forced marriage. Despite animal rights activists and women's rights activists asking for an apology, McKenna seemingly ignored their pleas until Monday when she broke her silence.

McKenna has refused to answer The Post Millennial in our attempts to get a comment and or apology on behalf of animal and women's rights groups who are outraged. The Post Millennial attempted to reach out publicly now that she has broken her silence.

Twitter immediately responded to her non-apology, some surprised that she did indeed do everything shown in the unsurfaced video.

It remains to be seen whether Catherine McKenna will acknowledge this and issue an apology or if this is the last public statement she issues on the subject.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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