Moment Q&A host Virginia Trioli interrupts One Nation senator during fiery clash

& # 39; I am hosting the program & # 39 ;: uncomfortable moment Question and answer host Virginia Trioli interrupts One Nation senator during fiery clash of arms laws

  • One Nation Senate candidate Malcolm Roberts appeared on Q&A on Monday evening
  • Roberts was seized by the host Virginia Trioli on the flares policy of his party
  • Trioli said that many voters believe One Nation wants to weaken weapons laws
  • & # 39; That is not the case & # 39 ;, Roberts replied during the fiery interview

Q&A host Virginia Trioli clashed with One Nation Senate candidate Malcolm Roberts in a heated debate on arms laws on Monday night.

Roberts was seized on his party's flare policy three weeks after a documentary revealed that One Nation leaders had visited the US to meet the National Rifle Association.

He said One Nation wants to make it harder for criminals to gain access to weapons, but easier for farmers and everyone who needs them for legitimate reasons.

Q&A presenter Virginia Trioli clashed with One Nation Senate candidate Malcolm Roberts in a heated debate on arms laws on Monday night

Q&A presenter Virginia Trioli clashed with One Nation Senate candidate Malcolm Roberts in a heated debate on arms laws on Monday night

& # 39; We want to make it harder for terrorists and criminals to get weapons & # 39 ;, he said.

& # 39; We want to make it easier and more encouraging for good responsible shooters to actually gain access to the firearm administration.

& # 39; We want to ensure that people who earn their living or use weapons as part of a trade such as killing wild animals are able to do it more safely. & # 39;

Trioli said that many voters would think that this would weaken arms legislation.

& # 39; That is not the case, & # 39; Roberts replied. & # 39; I make it clear that there is no dilution. We make it harder for people to gain access to weapons if they are criminals. & # 39;

& # 39; But not for sportsmen and others? & # 39; asked Trioli.

& # 39; Good, & # 39; said Roberts.

& # 39; So, some watering, & # 39; Trioli insisted, laughing by ear.

The host then moved the debate by asking why One Nation media advisor James Ashby and Queensland leader Steve Dickson went to the US, where they were filmed in secret about receiving donations from the NRA.

Roberts was seized on his party's flare policy three weeks after a documentary revealed that One Nation leaders had visited the US to meet the National Rifle Association

Roberts was seized on his party's flare policy three weeks after a documentary revealed that One Nation leaders had visited the US to meet the National Rifle Association

Roberts was seized on his party's flare policy three weeks after a documentary revealed that One Nation leaders had visited the US to meet the National Rifle Association

& # 39; They did not seek funding & # 39 ;, Roberts said before Trioli interrupted: & # 39; We saw that they were looking for funding. & # 39;

Roberts then said to her: & # 39; You are disturbing me again & # 39 ;, and Trioli replied: & # 39; I am the host of the program. & # 39;

Trying to talk about the lavish laughter of the audience, Roberts said: & I am a guest. I'm a guest. & # 39;

Trioli then stared at Roberts and asked him to say: & You can look at me the way you want. I'm a guest. & # 39;

& # 39; I am the host … It is my job to keep you on the task, & # 39; said Trioli.

Roberts said One Nation wants to make it harder for criminals to gain access to weapons, but easier for farmers and everyone who needs them for a legitimate reason

Roberts said One Nation wants to make it harder for criminals to gain access to weapons, but easier for farmers and everyone who needs them for a legitimate reason

Roberts said One Nation wants to make it harder for criminals to gain access to weapons, but easier for farmers and everyone who needs them for a legitimate reason

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