Clark pus faced over Trade comments

Clark is all pus faced over remarks that John Key made while she "was on foreign soil". There is supposed to be some sort of convention not to do such things.

Apparently Key's comments raised eyebrows among Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade staff travelling with Clark, who thought National had decided to take a bipartisan approach to foreign affairs.

Of course there also used to be a convention that public servants were impartial, that was until some little lickspittle toady in Foreign Affairs spilled the beans on a private meeting between Bush and Brash.

Take your own medicine bitch. You concocted it, now swallow it. 


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