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Donald Trump junior (photo) has accused the Australian Labor party of trying to silence the conservatives

& # 39; This insanity must stop! & # 39; Donald Trump Jr. throws the Australian Labor Party in an explosive Twitter tirade

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Donald Trump junior has accused the Australian Labor party of trying to silence the conservatives.

Labor has problems with the former editor-in-chief of Breitbart Raheem Kassam who is coming to Australia next week for a conference.

& # 39; We have constantly tried to silence Big Tech from conservatives and now one of Australia's major political parties is trying to silence Raheem Kassam because of his conservative views, & # 39; tweeted Donald Trump Jr.

& # 39; The insanity must stop! & # 39;

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Donald Trump junior (photo) has accused the Australian Labor party of trying to silence the conservatives

Donald Trump junior (photo) has accused the Australian Labor party of trying to silence the conservatives

Mr. Kassam is mentioned as a speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference – CPAC – in Sydney next weekend.

Labor has called on the Morrison government to refuse a visa to Mr. Kassam after he & # 39; s fundamental evil & # 39; called.

Kassam also tweeted that the Scottish leader of the National Party Nicola Sturgeon should have her legs tied & so that she cannot reproduce & # 39 ;.

Internal affairs spokeswoman Kristina Keneally took Trump's tweet in her stride and rattled other right-wing figures that prevented the Morrison government from entering Australia.

& # 39; Mr. Trump, please know that the Scott Morrison government forbade Milo Yiannopoulos to enter the country in March, David Icke in February and Gavin McInnes in November last year, & # 39; she tweeted.

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Senator Keneally also pointed out that Mathias Cormann, the head of government in the House of Lords, had described Mr. Kassam's comments as & # 39; shameful, highly objectionable, and completely outrageous;

Labor has also questioned the character of other speakers, including US congressmen Mark Meadows and Matt Gaetz.

The British Brexit party leader Nigel Farage is also mentioned as a CPAC speaker, while the Australian speakers are former prime minister Tony Abbott, liberal senator Amanda and liberal MP Craig Kelly.

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