Whose job is to stand up for Pouya Ghadirian, Malcolm?

Malcolm Turnbull has said he will not criticise Trump’s selective travel bans on Muslim Nationals.

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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has refused to join other world leaders in criticising Donald Trump’s harsh new immigration measures, saying he would not “run a commentary on the domestic policies of other countries”.

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 Donald Trump reportedly on the phone to Malcolm Turnbull

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Pouya Ghadirian is an Australian-born, Australian passport holder Melbourne High School student denied a travel visa to the US for a school science trip because Donald Trump thinks he is a terrorist.

Asked why he had not spoken up for Australian citizens facing discriminatory treatment by the US, Turnbull insisted “it is not my job”.

 When it comes to the pub test, “Weak prick,” is hardly commendation, Malcolm.

 

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