Mulroney still blames everyone else for his failures and still can't understand why nobody likes him.
"Citizens tend to expect in their leaders a certain cool, self-possessed decorum. Pierre Trudeau had that quality, Mulroney didn't. There were many reasons for Mulroney to envy Trudeau, but this may have been the most compelling.
In Memoirs he comes across as something of a whiner, a politician who loses his poise when dealing with failure or betrayal. His anger is too overt, his neediness too obvious, just as when he was in office. Serenity under pressure was a quality he admired but could never emulate." Robert Fulford, National Post (Read the full article)