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Donald Trump is due to visit the region in November, which has raised the question of whether or not the US president will come through Australia.

The Greens are being proactive – and have put a motion up in the Senate, calling on the government NOT to issue an invitation, or officially:


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But in case you missed it at the bottom of that other post, Pauline Hanson, who this morning said she was still talking to the government, now says it is definitely a no, until after the election.

“Let them take it to the next election, let’s see what the people say,” she told 3AW

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