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Australia Morrison likens himself to Menzies, Howard

00:50  09 october  2019
00:50  09 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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The prime minister drew a connection between Robert Menzies, John Howard and himself, saying he had kept faith with their leadership styles.

"Menzies spoke of people quietly going about their lives and working hard at raising their families and doing good things in their communities," Mr Morrison told The Australian on Wednesday.

"The Liberal Party has been best when connected with those Australians, from the 'forgotten people' to Howard's 'battlers', and I've spoken of them as 'quiet Australians'.

"It is the value set of that community that is at the heart of what the Liberal Party is all about and I think that is the reason why the party has had the consistent success that it has."

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