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Australia PM 'must call out Trump's bad behaviour': Bandt

06:27  04 june  2020
06:27  04 june  2020 Source:   skynews.com.au

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Greens leader Adam Bandt says Scott Morrison “should call out” President Donald Trump’s “bad behaviour” over his response to Black Lives Matter protests.

“Scott Morrison is meant to say we supposedly have this close relationship that supposedly brings a number of benefits, and one of those should be to call out bad behaviour,” Mr Bandt told Sky News.

“If a leader of another country was teargassing people for a photo opportunity or threatening to call out the military there would be comment from leaders around the world,” he said.

“And he needs to... at the very least be saying these are not actions consistent with a democracy.

“That is something I think that a leader of Australia can or should say.”

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