‘Mr Speaker, that was not true’: Anthony Albanese pulls Morrison up on Hawaii text message – video

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Australian prime minister Scott Morrison has clashed with opposition leader Anthony Albanese over text messages from 2019 about the PM's holiday to Hawaii. In response to a question about his office misleading journalists about his whereabouts in Hawaii during the 2019-2020 bushfires, Morrison immediately attacked Albanese, who he said he had messaged at the time ‘when I was going … and where I was going’. Albanese hit back saying, 'Mr Speaker, that is not true ... At no stage did he tell me where he was going’. Morrison then said Albanese was ‘fully aware I was travelling with my family'

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