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Australia PM ducks questions on Trump's summit snub

18:46  04 november  2019
18:46  04 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Scott Morrison has ducked questions about Donald Trump skipping an international summit in Thailand to atte Mr Morrison was pressed about whether he was disappointed by President Trump ' s summit snub . "It's not for me to be disappointed or not disappointed one way or the other

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Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison walks to attend ASEAN Special Lunch on Sustainable Development in Nonthaburi, Thailand, Monday, Nov. 4, 2019. © Associated Press Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison walks to attend ASEAN Special Lunch on Sustainable Development in Nonthaburi, Thailand, Monday, Nov. 4, 2019.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has ducked questions about Donald Trump's absence at Asia's premier annual summit on trade and security.

Australia has consistently called on the United States to ramp up its presence in the Indo-Pacific to guard against China's rise.

But the US president has done the opposite, skipping the East Asia Summit in Thailand to attend a UFC fight in New York instead.

Asked whether he was disappointed, Mr Morrison said the matter was entirely for the US and host nation.

"It is not about how it sits with me. This job isn't about how I feel," he told reporters in Bangkok on Monday.

"I am not here to run a commentary on people in other places. I am here to pursue the interests of Australians and their jobs."

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