"She was confirmed as the Liberal Party of Canada candidate for Vancouver Granville past year".
"I haven't yet had the opportunity to review her entire testimony", Trudeau said earlier this week.
On Wednesday, Wilson-Raybould detailed a "consistent and sustained effort" by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and top political staff to "inappropriately" interfere in her role as justice minister and attorney general to secure a deferred prosecution agreement and avoid a trial on corruption charges for Quebec-based engineering company SNC-Lavalin.
Wilson-Raybould testified on Wednesday that when she was justice minister a year ago, officials in the Liberal government leaned on her to help construction firm SNC-Lavalin Group Inc avoid a corruption trial.More news: Macron calls for 'European renaissance' in open letter
Friday's shuffle came at the end of a hard week for the Trudeau government, which saw Wilson-Raybould deliver bombshell testimony to the Commons justice committee.
Goodale said he's hoping there can be "some kind of reconciliation" with Wilson-Raybould but isn't sure that's possible.
Trudeau has denied the SNC-Lavalin affair had anything to do with Wilson-Raybould's move, saying she would still be justice minister had former Treasury Board president Scott Brison not suddenly made a decision to leave politics.
The prime minister faced a barrage of questions in various public appearances outside of Ottawa on Wilson-Raybould's allegations.More news: Democrats Reject Fox News as Partner in Primary Debates
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer, meanwhile, said Trudeau had lost the moral authority to govern and called on him to resign.
"No, no, no, we just need to find a solution", was Trudeau's response, according to Wilson-Raybould.
This would throw the Clerk's claims up in the air as a dishonest attempt to pressure the former Attorney General with false claims.
The prime minister has denied putting pressure on her. She told the Vancouver Sun earlier that she had been confirmed as the Liberal candidate in that riding past year.More news: Michael Avenatti Says R. Kelly Demonstrated Guilt in New Interview