Nine News political editor Chris Uhlmann says it is “inexplicable” to him that opposition leader Anthony Albanese did not have an answer after being questioned about his party’s NDIS policy.
It comes as the Labor leader continued his series of fiery press conferences with reporters when he was questioned again about an NDIS error a day earlier.
Albanese failed to recall Labor’s six-point plan to fix the National Disability Insurance Scheme on Thursday before being accused of not knowing his own policy.
“He has been asked to explain questions about his own politics, they are not surprise questions, he was not asked about the price of a loaf of bread.
“He was asked about the National Disability Insurance Plan and the six-point plan he had to improve that, that is fundamental on the agenda.”