In his interview, the PM seemed to be trying to show himself in a new light. Voters, though, will judge him solely on his record

“Why are you there?,” I muttered under my breath while watching Scott Morrison settle in a chair next to Waleed Aly on Thursday night, fronting up for one of the more compelling political interviews on television in recent times.

From the minute the lights came up on the two protagonists, it was clear something real was going to happen, and politicians, at least the contemporary crop, studiously avoid situations where something real might happen.

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