New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was caught on mic calling a fellow MP an insulting name, shortly after speaking in parliament. What led to her outburst? Exclusive details here!
What led to Jacinda Ardern outburst?
Jacinta Ardern has ruled as a prime minister for five years, Jacinta Ardern faces a tough election campaign in 2023. Her liberal Labour Party won reelection two years ago in a landslide of historic proportions, but recent polls have put her party behind its conservative rivals.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was caught on mic calling a fellow MP an insulting name, shortly after speaking in parliament. The outburst came after lawmaker David Seymour, who leads the libertarian ACT party, asked Ardern lots of questions about her government’s record for around seven minutes during Parliament’s Question Time, which allows for spirited debate between rival parties.
As an aside to her deputy Grant Robertson, Ardern said what sounded like, “He’s such an arrogant prick,” after sitting down. Her words are barely audible on Parliament TV but are just picked up in the background by her desk microphone as House Speaker Adrian Rurawhe talks.
Last Updated on December 18, 2022 by Loveth