“Are you disappointed that Biden didn’t call?” Australian Prime Minister Morrison hung up embarrassedly during the interview
Chinanews.com, September 1st. According to a report from Australia.com, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison hung up embarrassingly when asked about the relationship between Australia and US President Joe Biden in an interview with Australian media recently. The phone call ended the interview.
Neil Breen, the host of Brisbane Radio 4BC, asked Morrison whether since the Taliban took control of Kabul, he had talked with US President Biden. Morrison said: “No, not yet, but I don’t expect this call will be too long.”
The picture shows the Australian Prime Minister Morrison
Brin asked: “For Biden there is no Are you disappointed in contacting you? We are very powerful allies.” Morrison said: “Well, we are indeed, our relationship will not be affected by this incident, I mean We have been in contact with those who are operating this matter.”
But Brin continued: “He (Biden) contacted Spain, Italy, France and some other countries.”
Then the topic turned to Pfizer. According to reports, the Australian government has “made representations” to urge the United States to provide Australia with more Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. The host Brin said: “He (Biden) did not provide us with Pfizer vaccines. I thought our relationship was just right.”
Morrison responded: “No, not at all. I mean, I just don’t agree with this. We have been dealing with the United States on many issues, and we will continue to do so. I don’t really care about these things. I just focus on completing the work at hand. After that, when the host of 4BC thanked Morrison for taking the time to accept the interview and said goodbye, Morrison hung up the phone and Brin said, “I don’t think he likes Biden-related topics.” /p>