Sunday 23rd of January 2022

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Australian golf legend Greg Norman played a pivotal role in securing a phone call between Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and US President-elect Donald Trump.

Key points: 
  • Malcolm Turnbull did not have a direct number for Donald Trump, so asked Greg Norman for it on US election night 
  • Mr Turnbull was one of the first world leaders to call Mr Trump
  • Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says Government has been preparing for possible Trump win for months

Mr Turnbull was one of the first world leaders to speak with Mr Trump after his election and has described the conversation as frank, constructive and practical.

The ABC understands the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Government officials did not have a direct contact for Mr Trump until it was provided by Norman, after it became clear Mr Trump was likely to win.

It followed frantic efforts on the night of the election to secure a number for Mr Trump, with officials contacting a number of business and diplomatic contacts to no avail.

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop assured Australians after the election that the Government had been preparing for a Trump administration for many months and would be in contact with his transition team.


the chinese know better...

China has rejected Donald Trump’s claims that climate change is a Chinese hoax, urging the US president-elect to take a “smart decision” over his country’s commitment to the fight against global warming.

Trump, who is the first self-declared climate change denier to lead one of the world’s top emitters, has dismissed global warming as “very expensive … bullshit” and claimed the concept “was created by and for the Chinese in order to make US manufacturing non-competitive”.

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and do not call this number again...

Senior Australian Government sources have confirmed Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and US President Donald Trump had a "robust" and shorter than expected phone call, which Mr Trump reportedly labelled "the worst by far" of a clutch of calls to world leaders.

Key points: 
  • The ABC has spoken to senior Government sources who say The Washington Post report is "substantially accurate"
  • Mr Trump reportedly claimed his conversation with Mr Turnbull was by far the worst of the day
  • "I'm not going to comment on these reports of a conversation," PM says

According to The Washington Post, Mr Trump claimed the refugee resettlement deal struck with former US president Barack Obama was "the worst deal ever", before abruptly ending the 25-minute phone call.

Mr Trump reportedly accused the Prime Minister of seeking to export the "next Boston bombers" to the US, and complained that the deal was going to kill him politically.

He reportedly said "I don't want these people" while discussing the resettlement deal with Mr Turnbull.

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Wow... We know that you are trying to have a win, this year, actually since you have been re-elected by default, dear Malcolm, but you need to take a cold shower.... Err sorry, this Trump call was a bit like a cold shower... You should remember that you made the deal with OBAMA, not Trump. OBAMA had really no authority to make the deal with the refugees languishing in Nauru et al, because the new President had already been nominated. OBAMA only made the deal to annoy Trump, not to be helpful to anyone... Remember that your mob stopped one of the most efficient way to deal with "illegals" which are now your babes in arms. Not only that you have created bad will all around. Congratulation. 

Now to the crap about building more coal power stations. You're not serious, are you?... And what about the deal with One Nation?... Is this a "State" issue, in which Pontius Malcolmus is washing his hands of because it's a dirty deal?

Malcolm, you are becoming more useless than "a fart in a space suit", than "ejection seats in a helicopter" than "a grave robber in a crematorium" and "a one armed trapeze artist with an itchy arse", etc.

And you should demand a refund for your $1.75 million... The guy in charge is doing a lousy job... Oh it's you...

god, his goblin and the golfer...

“I don’t normally give out cell phone numbers of people in my database, but considering it was for the prime minister to call the president of the United States, I thought that would be the right thing to do,” he said.

Turnbull will travel to Washington DC this week to meet Trump and discuss the US-Australia alliance. 

It’s been a year since Turnbull was left reeling from a contentious first phone call with the president. According to a leaked transcript of the call, Trump told Turnbull it was “the most unpleasant call all day” after discussing the “horrible” Obama-era agreement to resettle refugees Australia had detained on Nauru and Manus Island.

On Monday night Norman said that, although the relationship “started off a little bit rocky” between the two world leaders, “fortunately it has turned out to be an incredible relationship”. 

“The little brother and big brother relationship and bond is strong as it has ever been,” he said.

Norman said Trump and his team did not initially have a good understanding of the historical importance of the alliance between Australia and the US. “There’s a lot of things that you find out once you get into that office,” he said.

As for Trump’s performance as president, he said “he’s better today than what he was three months ago”.

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It is a bit indulgent for The Guardian to report what Greg Norman does or thinks. Foff... Read from top.