There are concerns there could be protests during a visit to Australia by US President Donald Trump after Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi’s successfully moved a motion in the Senate asking it to invite President Trump to address a joint sitting of federal parliament later this year.
The American President is scheduled to attend an APEC leaders’ summit in Papua New Guinea in November, prompting speculation in Washington that he might stop over in Australia on the way.
The Conservative Party’s South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert has told radio station FIVEaa he’s uncertain how the rabid left will react to any US Presidential visit.
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