Prime Minister for Sydney Scott Morrison has taken time away from his American jaunt to send a message of support to residents of the NSW Victoria border town of Albury who were affected by yesterday’s earthquake.
To the people of Albury I just want you to know that your Prime Minister is here for you,” said the PM. ”Admittedly, I’m not there physically but mentally I am there.”
”As we speak I am looking at having resources from other parts of Australia redirected to NSW to help with the recovery.”
When asked why he was so focused on Albury and NSW rather than Melbourne where the actual earthquake did the most damage, the PM said: ”I reject the premise of your question.”
”May I remind you and the people of Victoria that we are all this together.”
”Now, if you’ll excuse me, I am trying to contact the President of France. No luck with the telephone thus far so I might do as Barnaby suggested and send him a French letter.”
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