Peta Credlin, Tony Abbott’s former chief of staff has spoken out and said she may have banged a few heads too hard.
She clearly didn’t bang Malcolm Turnbull’s head that hard.
Tony Abbott’s divisive former chief of staff has declared her support for Malcolm Turnbull but praised Bill Shorten and questioned government policy on superannuation in her first television interview.
Peta Credlin, who worked as Mr Abbott’s top adviser in both opposition and government, began an interview on Sky News on Saturday by admitting “I’m out of my comfort zone.”
Despite working in Parliament House for 16 years it was the first time she had set foot in the media wing known as the Press Gallery.
Ms Credlin, widely criticised during her time at the top for being too controlling, was largely unapologetic but said she was not perfect.
“I have a reputation for straight-talking and candour,” she said. “If I have to cop some criticism, maybe I banged a few heads too hard.” Read more »