‘Malcolm wants to be expelled’: Liberal branch moves to drive out former PM
A Sydney branch of the Liberal Party has voted to expel former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull from the party.
The motion reportedly passed at the Roseville branch 16 to two.
It’s believed the motion was put forward on the back of frustrations among some members that Mr Turnbull was actively working against the party’s best interest.
Someone who has been expelled is former Liberal MP Ross Cameron.
He tells Ben Fordham “it doesn’t happen every day.”
“This motion passed by the Roseville branch… it will be replicated in other branches around New South Wales, I am told.
“I actually think Malcolm wants to be expelled.
“I think he sees himself like a Greek God, occasionally intervening the affairs of mortals.”
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