NSW Treasurer Matt Kean rejects leadership murmurs and slams leaker of Dominic Perrottet’s Nazi costume story as a ‘horrible coward’
In a fiery tirade New South Wales Treasurer Matt Kean has demanded the “horrible coward” who leaked the story of the Dominic Perrottet’s 21st birthday Nazi costume come clean as leadership speculation continues to encircle the Premier.
Mr Perrottet again apologised for the “terrible mistake” on Sunday as he continued to knock back suggestions of a potential leadership spill in the Liberal Party.
Days after making the startling confession he wore a Nazi costume to his 21st birthday party in 2003, the Premier denied knowing the existence of a photo of the incident.
Despite his apologies to the Jewish community the Premier still faces internal pressure, but his deputy came to the defence on Monday and rejected any leadership murmurs.
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Mr Kean said he was “not aware of the gossip” surrounding a photo of the incident and whether the story was leaked from inside the Liberal Party, but attacked the person responsible for the speculation.
“Whoever is playing these games is a horrible coward, they should come out from the swamp they are…
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