Daisy Turnbull reveals anger at Scott Morrison's party, after the brother pledged to support Labor

Daisy Turnbull Brown (pictured) spoke in support of Julie Bishop's speech at the Women's # the Future Awards for Australian Women on Wednesday

Malcolm Turnbull's daughter has publicly scolded the Liberal Party after her father lost his job as Prime Minister less than two weeks ago.

Daisy Turnbull Brown spoke in support of Julie Bishop's speech at the Women's Weekly and Women's Future Australia Awards on Wednesday.

The director of Positive Psychology posted a series of comments on Twitter agreeing with Ms. Bishop and accused the party of not having enough female parliamentarians.

In her speech, Ms. Bishop said that it was not acceptable to have less than 25 percent of women parliamentarians of the Liberal Party in 2018.

Daisy Turnbull Brown (pictured) spoke in support of Julie Bishop's speech at the Women's # the Future Awards for Australian Women on Wednesday

Daisy Turnbull Brown (pictured) spoke in support of Julie Bishop's speech at the Women's # the Future Awards for Australian Women on Wednesday

The director of positive Psychology published a series of comments on Twitter in which he agreed with Mrs. Bishop and accused the party of not having enough women parliamentarians

The director of positive Psychology published a series of comments on Twitter in which he agreed with Mrs. Bishop and accused the party of not having enough women parliamentarians

The director of positive Psychology published a series of comments on Twitter in which he agreed with Mrs. Bishop and accused the party of not having enough women parliamentarians

& # 39; No, it's not @ JuliebishopMP & # 39; Mrs. Turnbull Brown tweeted in agreement.

"It will be very difficult to raise daughters and tell them to look for strong female models in the Liberal Party," he said.

"I've never been a fan of quotas, but they may be Lib's only hope to win back partisan women."

The mother of two said that the "unfriendly" nature of parliament may be a factor in why some women may not want to be deputies, but that "is not a sufficient reason" for the gender gap.

"You must eliminate the toxic culture of parliament that makes it extremely unattractive to women."

He also tweeted criticism of Prime Minister Scott Morrison's attack on a program that trains teachers to identify transgender children.

The prime minister tweeted Wednesday: "We do not need gender whisperers in our schools, let children be children."

The mother of two children (left) said that the "unfriendly nature of the family" in parliament may be a factor in why some women may not want to be deputies

The mother of two children (left) said that the "unfriendly nature of the family" in parliament may be a factor in why some women may not want to be deputies

The mother of two children (left) said that the "unfriendly nature of the family" in parliament may be a factor in why some women may not want to be deputies

He also tweeted criticism of Prime Minister Scott Morrison's attack on a program that trains teachers to identify transgender children.

He also tweeted criticism of Prime Minister Scott Morrison's attack on a program that trains teachers to identify transgender children.

He also tweeted criticism of Prime Minister Scott Morrison's attack on a program that trains teachers to identify transgender children.

Mrs. Turnbull Brown responded by saying: & # 39; As a teacher we have to create safe environments that support all students, but the most important thing is to promote kindness & # 39;

Last week, Alex Turnbull spoke in support of labor candidate Tim Murray, and said that voting for his father's old party was impossible in conscience.

The hedge fund manager based in Singapore on Saturday used social media to declare that Murray had great value for political donations.

He wrote to Mr. Murray's Twitter post: "Better hit for the money you'll receive in political donations in your life" and share the link to your donation page.

Malcolm Turnbull's son Alex (pictured) publicly backs Labor before the by-elections at his father's former Wentworth headquarters.

Malcolm Turnbull's son Alex (pictured) publicly backs Labor before the by-elections at his father's former Wentworth headquarters.

Malcolm Turnbull's son Alex (pictured) publicly backs Labor before the by-elections at his father's former Wentworth headquarters.

He wrote to the publication on Twitter: "Better hit for the money you'll get in political donations in your life" and sharing the link to your donation page

He wrote to the publication on Twitter: "Better hit for the money you'll get in political donations in your life" and sharing the link to your donation page

He wrote to the publication on Twitter: "Better hit for the money you'll get in political donations in your life" and sharing the link to your donation page

"Tight career, narrow margin for the government, great incremental effect no matter what. If you want a federal election now, this is the means to achieve it, "Turnbull added.

Alex Turnbull told Fairfax earlier this week that it was "difficult to support a Labor guy, but not Tim" and that it was "impossible" to vote for the coalition "with good conscience."

"My motivations are a healthy energy policy and government and that's it," he said.

Both in the investment world, Mr. Murray and Mr. Turnbull have known each other for years.

Murray worked in China for almost 20 years and can speak Mandarin.

Alex Turnbull told Fairfax earlier this week that it was "difficult to support a Labor, but not Tim (in the picture)" and that it was "impossible" to vote for the Coalition "with good conscience".

Alex Turnbull told Fairfax earlier this week that it was "difficult to support a Labor, but not Tim (in the picture)" and that it was "impossible" to vote for the Coalition "with good conscience".

Alex Turnbull told Fairfax earlier this week that it was "difficult to support a Labor, but not Tim (in the picture)" and that it was "impossible" to vote for the Coalition "with good conscience".

Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull left his former colleagues this week in the battle for his Wentworth seat

Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull left his former colleagues this week in the battle for his Wentworth seat

Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull left his former colleagues this week in the battle for his Wentworth seat

Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull left his former colleagues this week in the battle for his Wentworth seat.

On Sunday, he and his wife flew to New York, where they both own a two-room apartment in Manhattan that they bought for $ 4.5 million in 2012.

The latest ReachTel poll has the Liberal Party and the Labor Party at 50 percent each, with preference for two parties, in a sign that voters could punish the government for stabbing Turnbull.

Although polls suggest that Wentworth could fall to Labor for the first time in history, the former prime minister will not join the liberal campaign.

The latest ReachTel poll has the Liberal Party and the Labor Party at 50 percent each with a preference of two parties, in a sign that voters could punish the government for stabbing Mr. Turnbull.

The latest ReachTel poll has the Liberal Party and the Labor Party at 50 percent each with a preference of two parties, in a sign that voters could punish the government for stabbing Mr. Turnbull.

The latest ReachTel poll has the Liberal Party and the Labor Party at 50 percent each with a preference of two parties, in a sign that voters could punish the government for stabbing Mr. Turnbull.

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