Former arch radio rivals Alan Jones and John Laws let bygones be bygones on Tuesday, uniting in their support for former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian - with Jones revealing his final conversations with the Liberal leader.
Sky News host Jones joined Laws - who once famously called Jones 'a vicious old tart' - on his 2SM radio show in Sydney where he revealed that 'One of the last conversations (I had with Ms Berejiklian) was, "Who knows who the next victim (of ICAC) will be?" never thinking it would be her.'
Laws pointed out that Jones was not a fan of Ms Berejiklian's and asked if he wanted her to go.
Jones said he did not like her 'daily lectures' about Covid but that this was different.
'As I've said many times, I had a lot of interviews with Gladys to reform ICAC (the Independent Commission Against Corruption). This woman has been charged with nothing. It's an investigation,' he said.
Alan Jone (pictured) has previously not been a big fan of former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian, but says she has been hard done by
Jones said Ms Berejiklian is far from the first Liberal Party casualty of ICAC.
'I mean, (former NSW premier Barry) O'Farrell goes over a bottle of wine, (former NSW premier