Prime Minister Scott Morrison joined the 2DayFM Breakfast this morning to discuss funding for the Aussie farmers doing it tough in the drought and the situation on Nauru.
Speaking to Grant about the farmers, PM ScoMo outlined the new Future Drought Fund, which will start with $3.9 billion and reach $5 billion by 2028.
"It's the farmers of course, but it's also the towns as well [that are struggling]," he said.
"The towns are doing it tough, so we're putting a million dollars into every single drought-affected shire."
Then Ash London piped up, pressing the PM about Nauru.
"Not only are we members of Australia, but we are members of planet Earth," she said.
"I spend a lot of time instagramming and tweeting you every day - I feel like we're Twitter best friends - asking you questions about our immigration policy.
"Now, I don't want to believe and I will not believe until you tell me, that you really do have a statue of a boat with the comment 'I stopped these' on your desk."
PM Morrison finally explained the origin of the boat, and spoke about the children on Nauru.
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