By Charlie Moore, Political Reporter For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 05:14 GMT, 12 January 2021 | Updated: 05:14 GMT, 12 January 2021
Michael McCormack has been heavily criticised for saying 'all lives matter' as he refused to apologise for comparing the raid on the US Capitol with Black Lives Matter protests last year.
The acting prime minister, who is filling in while Scott Morrison takes a week of leave, came under fire on Monday for saying Donald Trump should not be banned from Twitter and Facebook for inciting violence.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
He said the raid on the Capitol as US politicians met to affirm Joe Biden's presidential win was 'unfortunate' and 'similar to those race riots that we saw around the country last year'.
Human Rights group Amnesty International said the comparison was 'deeply offensive' and asked Mr McCormack to withdraw the comment.
But the acting Prime Minister refused to apologise and sparked