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Scott Morrison is toasted on THAT Hawaii trip – as he reveals the singer who ‘calms him down’

Uncomfortable moment when Scott Morrison is toasted on THAT trip to Hawaii – he reveals the surprising way he stayed calm during the corona virus crisis

  • Prime Minister Scott Morrison was a guest at Studio 10 on Wednesday morning
  • He was asked if the enforcement of rules frustrated him when he restarted the economy
  • Mr. Morrison said he was not frustrated with the United States and was very calm
  • Hostess Sarah Harris joked that he’s calm because of the trip he made to Hawaii last year
  • Here’s how you can help people affected by Covid-19

Prime Minister Scott Morrison was roasted on television while on vacation in Hawaii, while Australia was ravaged by deadly wildfires.

Mr Morrison was a guest at Studio 10 on Wednesday morning, asked if he was frustrated that states were enforcing their own coronavirus restrictions while trying to restart the economy and encouraging people to return to work.

He said he was not frustrated with the United States and was calm, to which host Sarah Harris replied, “It must have been that journey you made earlier in the year.

“I still have the Hawaii vibes.”

Mr. Morrison was a guest at Studio 10 on Wednesday morning, asked if he was frustrated that states were enforcing their own coronavirus restrictions while trying to restart the economy and encouraging people to get back to work

Mr. Morrison was a guest at Studio 10 on Wednesday morning, asked if he was frustrated that states were enforcing their own coronavirus restrictions while trying to restart the economy and encouraging people to get back to work

Mr Morrison laughed at her statement, revealing that if he needs to calm down, he goes home and listens to Australian singer-songwriter Tina Arena.

He said his favorite song was ‘Unsung Hero’.

The prime minister was hit on social media just before Christmas in 2019 when he took a secret vacation to Hawaii while the fires continued to burn in New South Wales, his home state.

Griffith University police teacher Paul Williams said the prime minister’s vacation to Hawaii was “miserable” and showed “that his political antenna is not as sharp as he was.”

“If he had been on vacation in Noosa or on the north coast of NSW, he could have gotten away with it,” said Dr. Williams to Daily Mail Australia.

“Hawaii is iconic, synonymous with wealth, an exotic vacation that the working Australia that Scott Morrison claims to represent can never afford.”

He said he is not frustrated with the states with which host Sarah Harris responded, “It must have been that journey you made earlier in the year. I still have the Hawaii vibes there ‘(photo: Scott Morrison with other Australian tourists vacationing in Hawaii)

Mr Morrison laughed at her statement, saying that if he needs to calm down, he goes home and listens to Australian singer-songwriter Tina Arena (photo)

Mr Morrison laughed at her statement, saying that if he needs to calm down, he goes home and listens to Australian singer-songwriter Tina Arena (photo)

Mr Morrison laughed at her statement, saying that if he needs to calm down, he goes home and listens to Australian singer-songwriter Tina Arena (photo)

Mr. Morrison defended his absence by stating, “I don’t have a snake, buddy.”

“Of course you don’t have a snake, but you don’t have the first clue about leadership,” said a Twitter user.

The bushfire Australian claimed the lives of 33 people, and a new study reported that 400 people died from smoke pollution and thousands of others were rushed to hospital.

More than 2,000 homes were destroyed and a billion animals died when fires burned nearly 20 million acres in southeastern Australia.

But Australians have thrown their support behind the prime minister and his approach to the coronavirus crisis, according to Newspoll, but the coalition and labor are neck and neck on a two-party basis.

Mr. Morrison leads opposition leader Anthony Albanese 56 to 29 as the public’s preferred prime minister, according to The Australian poll.

Of the respondents, 66 percent said they were satisfied with the Prime Minister’s performance and maintained a high rating for six weeks.

The prime minister was slammed on social media just before Christmas in 2019 when he took a secret vacation to Hawaii while the fires continued to burn in New South Wales, his home state

The prime minister was slammed on social media just before Christmas in 2019 when he took a secret vacation to Hawaii while the fires continued to burn in New South Wales, his home state

The prime minister was slammed on social media just before Christmas in 2019 when he took a secret vacation to Hawaii while the fires continued to burn in New South Wales, his home state

The bushfire Australian claimed the lives of 33 people and more than 2,000 homes were destroyed and a billion animals died when fires burned nearly 20 million acres in south-eastern Australia (photo: forest fires in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney)

The bushfire Australian claimed the lives of 33 people and more than 2,000 homes were destroyed and a billion animals died when fires burned nearly 20 million acres in south-eastern Australia (photo: forest fires in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney)

The bushfire Australian claimed the lives of 33 people and more than 2,000 homes were destroyed and a billion animals died when fires burned nearly 20 million acres in south-eastern Australia (photo: forest fires in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney)

The coalition has a two-party lead of 51-49, after they joined Labor at 50-50 three weeks ago.

Mr. Morrison’s increased public support is because he injected a total of $ 320 billion – or 16.4 percent of GDP – into the economy to support Australians during the Corona virus crisis.

In addition to the financial support, Mr. Morrison held regular press conferences explaining the next steps to the public and urged backpackers and travelers to return home and seek help in their home countries in early April.

Mr. Morrison and the federal government have introduced phased measures to slowly shut down the nation and give people a social distance to delay the transmission of the virus through the community.

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