Labor’s Bill Shorten today has apologised publicly for lying about his efforts to topple Julia Gillard, after initially dismissing his role as “history” and insisting he wouldn’t be “the curator of the Museum of Labor”.
“What has happened in the past is exactly that, the past.” “Rudd stole the leadership. He stole my seat. He stole hundreds of trillions.”
“I continue to support our Prime Minister, full stop. I continue to support our Prime Minister, full stop. I will continue to support our Prime Minister.”
“What’s her name again? When’s lunch? I’m tired.”
My chemical messenger is not here.