No-nonsense politician dubbed The Crusher believes she can bring down Jacinda ...

No-nonsense politician dubbed The Crusher with an unshakable belief she can bring down Jacinda Ardern when Kiwis go to the polls reveals the leader's key vulnerability National Party leader Judith Collins has vowed to defeat Jacinda Ardern She said Ms Ardern's lack of policy change will lose her the nation's top job Ms Collins said the Labor Government have been 'enormously arrogant' 

By Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:58 BST, 3 September 2020 | Updated: 05:58 BST, 3 September 2020

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A straight-shooting politician has vowed to bring down 'arrogant' Jacinda Ardern in the upcoming New Zealand election.

National Party leader Judith Collins, who was been nicknamed The Crusher, said the prime minister's lack of policy change leading up to the October 17 polls will ultimately lose her the nation's top job. 

'One of the things we are seeing is an enormous arrogance from the government, which after only three years in office is displaying all the arrogance of a third term government,' Ms Collins told The Sydney Morning Herald.  

National Party leader Judith Collins (pictured), who was been nicknamed The Crusher, said the prime minister's lack of policy change leading up to the polls will ultimately lose her the nation's top job

National Party leader Judith Collins (pictured), who was been nicknamed The Crusher, said the prime minister's lack of policy change leading up to the polls will ultimately lose her the nation's top job

Ms Collins said 'arrogant' New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (pictured) has put herself in the 'unenviable position of having to defend every every single COVID cock up'

Ms Collins said 'arrogant' New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (pictured) has put herself in the 'unenviable position of having to defend every every single COVID cock up'

'So for instance Jacinda Ardern announced some weeks back that she wouldn't be bothering to put out policies, or words to that effect anyway, because they were going to make the election all about COVID.'

After New Zealand's second outbreak of COVID-19, Ms Ardern told voters her government would be focusing on the pandemic rather than a 'large-scale range of policies'.

Ms Collins said 'arrogant' Ms Ardern has put herself in the 'unenviable position of having to defend every

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