Australia Turnbull is 'haunting Scott Morrison' to defend legacy

10:55  23 january  2020
10:55  23 january  2020 Source:   skynews.com.au

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Former Australian prime minister says the PM did not act in ‘the way a prime minister would and should’.

Mr. Morrison , who replaced Malcolm Turnbull after days of political intrigue, said the country’s devastating drought would be his top priority. Scott Morrison , right, and his deputy Josh Frydenberg in Canberra, Australia’s capital, on Friday. After a week of political infighting, lawmakers in the Liberal

Sky News host Chris Kenny says Malcolm Turnbull is “haunting Scott Morrison” and trying to defend his own legacy, using his “hobby horse of climate change policy at every opportunity to attack the government”.

Mr Kenny said “it has long been annoying, but now it has stepped up a level to absurdity and vengefulness”.

“Morrison did not take a holiday at the height of the crisis, he took leave when there were fires in New South Wales, when they escalated he returned from leave,” he said.

“But while I don't think prime ministers are wise to holiday overseas, I also know bushfires are not normally an issue for them to manage.

“This is just petty criticism.”

Scott Morrison should 'eat his words' on climate change .
Democratic Presidential nominee Tom Steyer says Prime Minister Scott Morrison should "eat his words" on climate change.Mr Steyer, who is currently sitting 8th in the race for the Democratic nomination, has marked climate change as his signature issue and, if elected, he plans to declare a climate emergency on his first day.

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