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The one big problem with the Jacinta Price’s ‘dripping in Gucci’ sledge against Linda Burney


Senator Jacinta Price’s jibe at Linda Burney’s private jet tour of outback communities while ‘dripping with Gucci’ has drawn a pointed response from the Indigenous Australians Minister: she doesn’t own anything made by the luxury brand.

While the minister may have a stylish wardrobe, her office said she ‘doesn’t own any Gucci products’.

Senator Price, who has been a strident critic of the Albanese government’s approach to indigenous issues, bluntly criticised Ms Burney private jet tour of remote communities to consult them on the upcoming referendum about creating an indigenous Voice to Parliament.

Sen. Price mocked Ms Burney for going into Aboriginal communities ‘dripping with Gucci’ to ‘tell people in the dirt what’s good for them’.

In a report by The Australian last weekend, it was revealed she had worn designer items including Prada sunglasses and Edward Meller shoes on her visit.

Senator Price made the ‘Gucci’ remark at a National Party press conference on Monday, and Ms Burney…



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