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Rishi Snak denies 'wielding a dagger' in Boris Johnson's downfall

Rishi Sunak told Conservatives on the downfall ofBoris Johnson"It is simply wrong to say I wielded a dagger"

The Tory lead candidate's remarks at the latest hashing event came as he defended his decision to step down as prime minister last month — Health Secretary Just minutes after Sajid Javid resigned.

In the hours that followed, dozens of ministers also resigned from Johnson's government, Conservative MPs expressed distrust of the prime minister, and he reluctantly made the decision to resign.


During a Q&A session on Thursday, one Conservative MP was booed and said:

At an event in Darlington, Mr Sunak told activists: It was a pity that I quit.

"Indeed, you are completely and respectfully simply wrong to say that I wielded a dagger, for I was not the only one who felt that it was enough."

To cheers from others in the audience, he added: It was his 60 other MPs who thought they had had enough.

When asked whether Johnson's downfall was his fault or someone else's, Sunak was applauded by the audience and replied, "It's his own." rice field.

Tory leader Liz Truss was also later asked whether Mr Johnson's downfall was his fault or someone else's. After some people shouted, "Media," the foreign minister told TalkTV host Tom Newton Dunn: Who am I to oppose this wonderful audience?

Pressed to clarify her views, she outlined herself as a ``faithful cabinet minister,'' but did not answer the question directly, saying, ``What has been done has been done, and I have done it. We are where we are now," he said.

Through the contest, loyalists to the outgoing prime minister, including Culture Secretary Nadine Dries, have attempted to highlight the issue and Sunak's loyalty.

Just last month she received backlash from her colleagues for sharing "disgusting" and "dangerous" defaced images on her social media. .

She used altered images from the film that were altered to show the face of the outgoing prime minister imposed on Julius Caesar's character and Mr. Sunak's face imposed on Brutus' character. Retweeted.