Prime Minister Turnbull’s Biographer: Sorry I Oversold HimPosted: September 18, 2016
“Strange to say, but becoming prime minister may turn out to be the low point in his remarkable life.”
But for Turnbull – the arragont, self-serving, self-indulgent elite – simply having the title “PM” is ‘his’ career high point. The well being of Australia, its citizens and the once-conservative Liberal party come a distant last to that. Period.
By Andrew Bolt ~
Paddy Manning is the author of Born to Rule: The unauthorised biography of Malcolm Turnbull. He would like to apologise for exaggerating how good Turnbull would be.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
Like millions of Australians, I fear I may have overestimated Malcolm Turnbull…
If I was too kind, it certainly wasn’t for lack of trying … His low points were covered in detail – his role in the collapse of insurer HIH, often described as his Achilles heel; his morphing of the national broadband network into a multi-technology mix, or MTM, otherwise known as Malcolm Turnbull’s Mess; his relentless undermining of Brendan Nelson.
When the book came out, while others were forecasting Turnbull would now enjoy multiple terms in office, I wrote that he would need the skills of Houdini to escape his political bind: where the public was behind him, the party wasn’t, and…
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