Last year Justin Trudeau did everything he could to try and secure Canada a non-voting seat on the UN Security Council, a bid we lost to Norway and Ireland. When the dust settled, Canada received 108 votes to Norway's 130 and Ireland's 128. Trudeau made it his personal mission to secure the seat, jetting around the globe to woo national leaders, spending millions in the process on the four-year campaign. Our friends at Blacklock's Reporter uncovered documents showing Cabinet spent $2,446,026 on the failed bid, the equivalent of nearly $23,000 for every vote. Managing Editor Tom Korski joins John to tell us more.