The Rise of Scott Morrison Unveiled in Plots and Prayers

Revealed: The doubles game that helped Machiavellian Scott Morrison become the most powerful person in the country

  • Explosive new book claimed that Peter Dutton was a pawn in 2018
  • The book claims that Mr. Dutton was used to expose the vulnerability of Malcolm Turnbull
  • It is also said that Scott Morrison was talking about weeks of challenges
  • Matthias Cormann was described as another decisive factor in the leader exchange
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An explosive new book has claimed that Peter Dutton was used as a political pawn to help Scott Morrison overthrow former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

& # 39; Plots and prayers: the downfall of Malcolm Turnbull and the Ascension of Scott Morrison & # 39; has put the light on the turbulent question of leadership of 2018.

The author of the book claimed that Mr. Dutton was never meant to succeed in the first bid for the Prime Minister's role.

Instead, he was deliberately used to expose Mr. Turnbull's vulnerability as a leader.

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& # 39; A number of major Morrison wearers voted for Dutton in the first vote, when Turnbull declared his position vacant, inflating Dutton & # 39; s numbers as well as his ego & # 39 ;, the book Plots and Prayers by Niki Savva claims .

An explosive new book has claimed that Peter Dutton was used as a political pawn to help Scott Morrison overthrow former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

An explosive new book has claimed that Peter Dutton was used as a political pawn to help Scott Morrison overthrow former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

& # 39; Plots and prayers: the downfall of Malcolm Turnbull and the Ascension of Scott Morrison & # 39; has faced the turbulent leadership challenge of 2018

& # 39; Plots and prayers: the downfall of Malcolm Turnbull and the Ascension of Scott Morrison & # 39; has faced the turbulent leadership challenge of 2018

& # 39; Plots and prayers: the downfall of Malcolm Turnbull and the Ascension of Scott Morrison & # 39; has faced the turbulent leadership challenge of 2018

& # 39; It was not because they wanted Dutton, but because they no longer wanted Turnbull.

& # 39; The trick was that enough Morrison supporters would vote for Dutton so that everyone would see Turnbull as a terminal. & # 39;

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Thirty consecutive losses of Newspoll had irreversibly damaged Mr. Turnbull's position and encouraged a broken coalition to unite behind Mr. Morrison.

Mr. Morrison tried to downplay his active role in the leadership challenge and even mentioned the period & # 39; ancient history & # 39 ;.

Although he said he was not aware that Mr. Turnbull had left his post, the book claims that he was in conversation with NDIS minister Stuart Robert in the weeks prior to the political coup.

& # 39; If Dutton wins, we are in hell, & # 39; Mr. Robert said to Morrison.

& # 39; We told [Morrison] that we were going to do it. We did not request permission, & Robert said to Mr. Savva.

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The book also claims that the liberal power broker and the current finance minister Mathias Cormann acted as a new nail in the coffin that benefited Mr. Turnbull's career.

Thirty consecutive losses of Newspoll had irreversibly damaged Mr. Turnbull's role and encouraged a broken coalition to stand behind Mr. To unite Morrison

Thirty consecutive losses of Newspoll had irreversibly damaged Mr. Turnbull's role and encouraged a broken coalition to stand behind Mr. To unite Morrison

Thirty consecutive losses of Newspoll had irreversibly damaged Mr. Turnbull's role and encouraged a broken coalition to stand behind Mr. To unite Morrison

& # 39; [Turnbull] couldn't help thinking he would still have been prime minister if Cormann had not betrayed him, & # 39; Savva claimed in the book.

& # 39; Later, when he thought, he seemed to blame Cormann more than Dutton. & # 39;

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In the book, Mr. Turnbull claims to trust Mr. Cormann's loyalty and he was surprised when he resigned alongside Cabinet ministers Mitch Fifield and Michaelia Cash.

Mr. Cormann announced that he had changed loyalty and supported Mr. Dutton.

& # 39; It was with great sadness and a heavy heart that we went to look at the Prime Minister yesterday afternoon to advise him that we no longer enjoyed the majority of liberal members' support, we said.

Although he said he was not aware that Mr. Turnbull had left his post, the book claims that he was in conversation with NDIS minister Stuart Robert in the weeks prior to the political coup.

Although he said he was not aware that Mr. Turnbull had left his post, the book claims that he was in conversation with NDIS minister Stuart Robert in the weeks prior to the political coup.

Although he said he was not aware that Mr. Turnbull had left his post, the book claims that he was in conversation with NDIS minister Stuart Robert in the weeks prior to the political coup.

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