Interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose hosted a question and answer session at Twitter headquarters Tuesday afternoon.
How did that go?
Well, you can't say there wasn't a reaction:
Unfortunately for Ambrose, you can't say the reaction was positive either.
Here is a sampling of some of the questions that helped #AskAmbrose become the top trending hashtag in Canada:
Am I old stock or new stock? #AskAmbrose— Rabie Abdelhamid (@RAA353) March 1, 2016
On the day that Harper was found in contempt of Parliament, what was the mood in cabinet? #AskAmbrose— StumpyJoChilds (@StumpyJoChilds) March 1, 2016
#AskAmbrose Please explain why your government cut off medical help for refugees.— Fern Hill (@fernhilldammit) March 1, 2016
#AskAmbrose Why did your party spend so much time closing down internationally recognized science stations?— Chris (@Cosmic_dwarf) March 1, 2016
#AskAmbrose Does the CPC officially acknowledge that climate change is real and its effects hurt both the economy & environment...yes or no?— Univrsle (@univrsle) March 1, 2016
#AskAmbrose Do you admit your party's obsessive focus on resources hurt Canada's manufacturing base, leaving us vulnerable to an oil shock?— CANADALEK (@CANADALEK) March 1, 2016
#AskAmbrose Why does the CPC think that cutting taxes is the solution for everything?— Douglas Connors (@calmecam) March 1, 2016
Who was the bigger disaster as a Minister: Leona Aglukkaq or Julian Fantino? #AskAmbrose— StumpyJoChilds (@StumpyJoChilds) March 1, 2016
That didn't go so well.