ENERGY Minister Josh Frydenberg's brother-in-law of former President Tony Abbott says him under attack from the most unlikely places – but he has received Miranda Live. He agrees at his request.
Last week, Frydenberg's goal for Mr. Abbott to ramp up his negative comments about the prime minister after the release of the government's 30th consecutive Newspoll loss to Labor.
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But earlier Abbott Chief of Staff beat Sky News Peta Credlin commentator said Mr. Frydenberg's comments had "diminished him" in conservative eyes.  "I think it probably reduced Josh in conservative eyes, it certainly would not have helped him with the base," said Mrs Credlin.
Today, the Energy Minister rejected the whole exchange and told Miranda Devine at her online radio show Miranda Live he was following his comments. Miranda Live: Josh Frydenberg talks about sharks, energy and Abbott