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Video obtained Wednesday, August 15, 2018, of Katter’s Australian Party leader Bob Katter in Cairns in northern Queensland giving support to his party’s senator Fraser Anning after his controversial first speech in parliament. Mr Katter says he loves how Senator Anning’s comments have gone down, “our phone’s are on fire, 90 per cent of Australia have been waiting for someone to say it and believe it”. In response to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s comments discriminating against Muslims creates the problem of terrorism, Mr Katter responds “I hope that he says it again and again and again and again, And if he does that, then he won’t be getting many votes in the next election”, adding he’s “sick and tired of the lily pad left”. (AAP Video/Supplied/ABC News) NO ARCHIVING AAP VIDEO BEYOND 48 HOUR NEWS USAGE
August 15, 2018. Speaking to the media, the minister for resources, national senator Matt Canavan condemn's his fellow senator Fraser Anning's maiden speech after shaking his hand after the speech. He makes the point that the Senator Anning came into the parliament as a member of One Nation. He resigned for One Nation and joined the Katter Australian Party. "Mr Katter is now the leader of senator Anning..he is now leading a party that seems to be moving away from the shared Australian values that we hold and unite us together", Mr Canavan said.