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Australia Malcolm Turnbull 'should pay' for his two 'monumental stuff-ups'

14:11  16 october  2019
14:11  16 october  2019 Source:

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MALCOLM TURNBULL : Again you can address any questions you like to Joe but I've said all I can do on that. MALCOLM TURNBULL : Well Phil any government operating in modern, rapidly changing With Christopher Pyne and his job, one of the criticisms of last year's Budget was that there was this

Malcolm "Sugar Bomb" Trumble Turncoat Turdball Turnbull is an economic hit man, and former Australian Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Party. He's an ex-banker and ex-lawyer who sees himself as a thoroughbred. He was really just the sacrificed Yoshi used to make a jump in a Mario level.

Sky News host Alan Jones has slammed former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for two “monumental stuff-ups” which were undertaken during leadership, including both the “submarine fiasco” and the Snowy Hydro 2.0 project.

“I said from the outset this submarine fiasco was a massively expensive waste of time and money,” Mr Jones said.

His comments came amid heavy criticism of both projects, which Mr Jones argued he expected would come in over-budget.

Mr Jones agreed with Victorian Energy Policy Centre Director, Dr Bruce Mountain, who on Monday described the Snowy Hydro 2.0 project as being ‘an expensive white elephant.’

“Why shouldn't you pay for these monumental stuff-ups?” Mr Jones said, directing his question at Mr Turnbull.

“Submarines, and now Snowy 2.0….Well done, Mr Turnbull,” he said.

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