Lots of cheers and applause on Parliament Hill. Andrew Scheer's House of Commons appearance marking his last day as the leader of the opposition was a rowdy one. He took swings at Justin Trudeau as soon as he started speaking.\nIn Ottawa on August 12, Scheer attended his last House of Commons sitting as the Conservative leader.\nWhen the Speaker of the House turned it over to Scheer for him to speak, he got cheers and applause from his fellow Conservative MPs.\nEditor's Choice: Justin & Sophie Trudeau Are So Sweet In Their Message To Young Canadians (VIDEO)\n"Well, Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister has had enough. He's tired of accountability and facing tough questions," he said.\nTrudeau wasn't at this sitting as he's been off of work since August 1.\nScheer said that Trudeau could have picked any days he wanted to have these four sittings during the summer.\n"So can the person auditioning for the role of Prime Minister today please tell us why the Prime Minister picked today if he wasn't going to show up," he said.\nThat remark earned him cheers from his colleagues and some of his party's MPs even gave him a standing ovation for it.\nThey were so boisterous in their support for the out-going leader even when Liberal MP Bardish Chagger got up to respond to Scheer.\nThe Speaker of the House had to interrupt and told the politicians to "keep it down" because he couldn't hear the answer.\nJustin Trudeau is skipping work again to avoid tough questions. Every day we learn new details about his corrupt and scandal-plagued government. Conservatives will keep fighting for the answers Canadians deserve. https://t.co/Lp7jOTdXXf— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) August 12, 2020\n"It looks like my last question period as leader of the Conservative Party is just like my first, warm, sunny and the Prime Minister nowhere to be found," Scheer said.\nHis fellow MPs laughed at that one.\nView this post on Instagram If the Liberals were serious about debating legislation, they would have supported our motion to recall Parliament today. Parliament should be sitting. But Justin Trudeau shamefully shut it down. Oversight and accountability are fundamental parts of our democracy. The Trudeau Liberals need to properly fund the Auditor General, fix the gaps in their programs and let MPs do our job in the House. Conservatives will keep fighting for Canadians. 🇨🇦 Si les libéraux voulaient sérieusement débattre des mesures législatives, ils auraient soutenu notre motion visant à rappeler le Parlement aujourd’hui. Le Parlement devrait siéger. Mais Justin Trudeau l’a honteusement fait fermer. La surveillance et la reddition de comptes sont des aspects fondamentaux de notre démocratie. Les libéraux doivent financer le vérificateur général, corriger leurs programmes et nous laisser faire notre travail à la Chambre. Nous continuons de lutter pour les Canadiens. A post shared by Andrew Scheer (@andrewjscheer) on Jun 10, 2020 at 5:35pm PDT\nThe Conservative leader also spoke about the WE Charity controversy.\nHe asked why the organization was already spending money three days before Trudeau said he pushed back choosing the organization to run the Canada Student Service Grant.\nA new Conservative Party leader will be chosen by mail-in ballot before the end of this month.\nThe internal election was triggered after Scheer announced that he was stepping down from the role in December 2019.