The former prime minister’s appearance on Q&A showed he would no longer let his narrative be controlled by others
From the moment Malcolm Turnbull looked up at the cameras with a tight smile at 8pm on Thursday, it was game on. No one’s sensibilities would be spared in the former prime minister’s first public outing.
Turnbull’s tone was perfectly controlled, and his message frame was clear. I was wronged. Look at me. You know I was wronged.