Weekly Wrap with Geoff Fields
Nic Healey and Geoff Field discuss the ups and downs of the last week in news. On Monday Archbishop George Pell arrived in Sydney to face the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse. Bad news for Malcolm Turnbull with Newspoll ranking him only slightly higher than Bill Shorten as preferred Prime Minister. A rapist on the Central Coast has been dressing as a tree and attacking woman, and the State Government is promising more train services on weekends.
On Tuesday Mosul declared itself free from the Islamic State, and a 26 year old was arrested for the murder of 15 year old Brayden Dillon. It was revealed that in 5 years, Sydney will be the most tolled city in the world, and on Wednesday Donald Trump Jr released emails on Russia.
Leader of the 90s Republican Movement Malcolm Turnbull met the Queen and declared himself an ‘Elizabethan’, and on Thursday FBI Director-Nominee Christopher Ray declared he would quit if ever asked to lie under oath. 2 men were shot in Peakhurst, with one man critical and another badly injured. Finally, today Donald Trump courted controversy after complimenting the physiques of French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte.