Jack Warner is maintaining his composure and claiming not to be ruffled by the Prime Minister’s revelations that he had refused to travel outside of Trinidad and Tobago.
She told the UNC’s Monday Night Forum that Jack Warner had refused on several occasions, when called upon to travel as part of his Ministerial duties.
Mr. Warner was unusually frugal with his words when C News called him on Tuesday.
Asked to respond to the Prime Minister’s statements about his refusal to travel, Mr. Warner said his former leader was panicking.
He said a response would come, just not today.
Mr. Warner declined a request an on-camera interview stating that he will stick to his plan and address his supporters, as planned, on Friday.
The former Chaguanas West MP also said he is not worried about the location of UNC public meetings. He said the party is looking for sympathy, and probably numbers, by holding meetings in the same places and on the same days as he schedules his.
“I do not intend at any time to play hide and seek with them.”