CTV News Ottawa bureau chief Robert "Bob" Fife breaks news like you breakfast — every damn day.
Fife broke the news that Senator Mike Duffy received a cheque for $90,000 from Nigel Wright to cover questionable residency expenses he had claimed. Wright was at the time the chief of staff for Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
The ongoing Duffy trial for fraud and other charges has raised more questions about that payment. Specifically who in the Prime Minister's Office knew that Wright was paying the money?
Solution: he gots to get Fifed.
Novak was out walking Friday morning when all of a sudden Bob Fife ran up on him and started blasting questions all pew pew pew pew pew.
This is the face of a man who knows he's getting Fifed but can't do anything about it.
Canadian politicos live in fear of getting Fifed.
He has a reputation for relentless Fifing.
A representation of how Bob Fife would Fife someone who tried to avoid the Fifing by playing dead.
Former PMO staffer Andrew MacDougall was Fifed many times when he was in the job, and he is still traumatized by the experience.
Smiling Bob Fife was born to Fife.
Walking and Fifing.
Earlier this week, he Fifed another figure in the Duffy trial. Here's former PMO staffer Chris Woodcock arriving in court to testify. He seems pretty confident.
Woodcock came out of the courthouse after testifying and that's when HE GOT FIFED.
Surprise, Chris Woodcock! Now it's Fife by your side.
Don't show any expression, Chris. Fife feeds on fear.
Woodcock thought he had Fife beat by making a quick cut. But Fife spun around and shoved a second mic in his face with the other hand.
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