'If you've got an issue, you deal with it like an adult': Crisafulli | Sky News Australia

Queensland LNP Leader David Crisafulli says he will always 'stick up for Queensland' and for Queenslanders but that doesn't mean 'you engage in petulant behaviour'.

14/06/2021 2:58:00 PM

Queensland LNP Leader David Crisafulli says he will always 'stick up for Queensland' and for Queenslanders but that doesn't mean 'you engage in petulant behaviour'.

Queensland LNP Leader David Crisafulli says he will always 'stick up for Queensland' and for Queenslanders. \n\nIt comes after NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has issued a second invoice to Queensland for around $40 million for putting up citizens in hotel quarantine.\n\nMr Crisafulli criticised the past actions of Queensland Deputy Premier Steven Miles for ripping up a $30 million invoice sent to the Queensland government from the New South Wales government.\n\nWhen asked what he would have done if he had received the invoice, Mr Crisafulli said, 'I wouldn't act like a child and rip up a bill on tv to try and be a hero'. \n\n'I wouldn't trash talk New South Wales'. \n\n'If you've got an issue, you deal with it like an adult'.

14/06/2021|5minQueensland LNP Leader David Crisafulli says he will always "stick up for Queensland" and for Queenslanders. It comes after NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has issued a second invoice to Queensland for around $40 million for putting up citizens in hotel quarantine. Mr Crisafulli criticised the past actions of Queensland Deputy Premier Steven Miles for ripping up a $30 million invoice sent to the Queensland government from the New South Wales government. When asked what he would have done if he had received the invoice, Mr Crisafulli said, "I wouldn't act like a child and rip up a bill on tv to try and be a hero". "I wouldn't trash talk New South Wales". "If you've got an issue, you deal with it like an adult".

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Of course SKY NEWS will report the flatulence emmitted from an LNP half wit! Don't see much of SKY on here lately, has RUPERT died? (Yet). This Labor fool has been part of and contributed to one of the biggest disasters in Qld history. Despite little COVID impact, it has one of the worst unemployment rates in Australia. Even worse than Victoria who has had 4 lockdowns.

He walks like a twit. He talks like a twit. He IS a TWIT Um, base on his past behaviour, I am not sure if he can be classified as adult 🤣 Possibly we are so broke from Labors mismanagement we can’t pay our debts.

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PM: Australia has ‘no greater friends’ than the US and the UK | Sky News AustraliaPrime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia has “no greater friends” than the United States and the United Kingdom following a trilateral meeting with President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Boris Johnson.\n\nMr Morrison, who is in the UK for the G7 plus talks, said the meeting between the three leaders was a “good opportunity” to discuss the broader situation in Indo-Pacific but did not reveal how much of the discussion focused on China. \n\n“Australia has no greater friends than the United States and the United Kingdom, and we’ve been working together on our respective security issues for a very long time.\n\n“So we had a good opportunity to talk about those today and look to see how we can further cooperate in the future.\n“The situation only reinforces the need for us to have deeper cooperation”. \n\nMr Morrison said the trilateral meeting was a “unique” opportunity that presented because the leaders were all present in Cornwall. \n\n“That is not a usual opportunity that we have had in these meetings in the past and I very much welcome the opportunity to do it here in Carbis Bay,” he said. \n ScottMorrisonMP JoeBiden BorisJohnson Just as well all G7 weren’t present for Morrison’s one-on-one: he’d have to name them all! 😂 ScottMorrisonMP JoeBiden BorisJohnson Bullshit. Speak for yourself Scomo your friends are from U.K and U.S many Aussies have no friends from either country ScottMorrisonMP JoeBiden BorisJohnson FU NZ 😂

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