Sumary of Scott Morrison says phony fights with Canberra ‘don’t help anyone’:
- Ashleigh GleesonNCA NewsWireCamera IconNot Supplied Credit: News Corp AustraliaShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the LinkScott Morrison has declared that “phony fights” with Canberra don’t help anyone in a strong message to state premiers who’ve vented frustration at the federal government’s coronavirus response.
- In a sign the election campaign is well and truly under way, Mr Morrison toured Micro-X, a medical imaging and technology business in Tonsley, south of Adelaide, spruiking manufacturing jobs at the facility.
- Speaking to reporters afterwards, Mr Morrison was questioned about why South Australian Premier Steven Marshall wasn’t with him.
- NCA NewsWire / Gary Ramage Credit: News Corp AustraliaHe said he was catching up with the South Australian Liberal leader later in the day but their “schedules didn’t align” in the morning.
- The Prime Minister then declared Mr Marshall was “the inspiration to create this culture of transformation in South Australia”.