Jacqui Lambie likened working with Scott Morrison to dealing with ‘a two-year-old on tempy tanty’ after striking a deal to finally free the prisoners on Manus Island.
The agreement was that the government would get 420 asylum seekers off Manus Island in exchange for the Tasmanian senator’s vote to repeal the laws allowing doctors to decide when sick refugees could be medevaced to Australia.
Appearing on Q&A on Tuesday night following Anthony Albanese’s Budget response and President Volodymyr Zelensky’s historic speech to Parliament, Ms Lambie described the difficulties she found working alongside the prime minister.
‘For me, it was trying to do the refugee deal job. It was like dealing with a two-year-old, to be honest with you, on a tempy tampy. That’s what it was like,’ she said.
Jacqui Lambie likened working with Scott Morrison to dealing with ‘a two-year-old on tempy tanty’ after striking a deal to finally free the prisoners of Manus Island
Ms Lambie was asked the…