The arrogance of Shorten

February 26, 2019

Labor leader Bill Shorten has asked Prime Minister Scott Morrison in a letter if the Opposition frontbench could meet with senior public servants in the coming weeks for a ‘smooth transition of power’.

The Conservative Party's Victorian Senate candidate Kevin Bailey said, "Conservatives on the Senate crossbench are our only defence against his arrogance. If the Greens control the crossbench we are all in trouble. I am reminded how important my task is".

Sky News host Nicholas Reece says the letter could have been better worded, and cautioned that Labor needs to be careful of being presumptuous, as ‘Australians do not like hubris at all’.

Outsiders co-host Rita Panahi says Labor is 'cocky' due to being in front in the polls for some time.

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