Friday 20 May 2022 08:31 AM Prime Minister Scott Morrison clashes with reporters on final day of election ... trends now

Friday 20 May 2022 08:31 AM Prime Minister Scott Morrison clashes with reporters on final day of election ... trends now
Friday 20 May 2022 08:31 AM Prime Minister Scott Morrison clashes with reporters on final day of election ... trends now

Friday 20 May 2022 08:31 AM Prime Minister Scott Morrison clashes with reporters on final day of election ... trends now

PM's fiery clash with press pack as he accuses one reporter of 'putting words in my mouth' and another of being a 'bulldozer' - before he gives his final 10-second election pitch to voters PM played tit-for-tat with reporters, calling out a journo for being a 'bulldozer'  Morrison neither confirmed nor denied National Security leak on South Pacific He called out another reporter to not put words in his mouth about the leak

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has had his final fiery election campaign clash with journos, accusing one of being a 'bulldozer' and telling another to stop 'putting words in my mouth'.

Guardian journalist Paul Karp bore down on Mr Morrison at a press conference  in Perth on Friday, accusing the PM of not taking seriously his pledge to be less of a bulldozer.

Mr Morrison last week acknowledged his 'bulldozer'-style had alienated colleagues and voters, suggesting Australians would see a change of 'gears' if he was re-elected.

Scott Morrison calls out a reporter for doing his own bulldozing, while defending the integrity of his National Security Committee when quizzed on the recent South Pacific security leak

Scott Morrison calls out a reporter for doing his own bulldozing, while defending the integrity of his National Security Committee when quizzed on the recent South Pacific security leak

Guardian journalist Paul Karp (pictured) digs into Scott Morrison about his continuing bulldozing

Guardian journalist Paul Karp (pictured) digs into Scott Morrison about his continuing bulldozing

Mr Karp asked Mr Morrison how voters could trust him when he had not shown evidence of softening in his style, leading to the curt exchanges. 

'How can Australians trust this last minute conversion when you have reneged on it in less than a week, and there's been no changes of policy or

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