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Dictator imitator crashes PM event

In what a member of his staff has called “one of the most offensive things I’ve ever seen on a campaign trail” the man was quickly circled by journalists after Scott Morrison’s press conference at a manufacturing business in Melbourne. The man, who called himself “the Supreme Leader” when asked what his name was, was asked to leave but continued to talk. “Excuse me, you don’t tell the Supreme Leader what to do,” he said to a member of the Prime Minister’s staff. “I’m here to support (Chisholm MP) Gladys Liu. She supports (Chinese President) Xi Jinping and now she supports (Dear Leader),” the man said. “Thank you all for coming for coming to support this great, great candidate for the area.”The man said he went by the alias of Howard X, whose website describes him as a music producer and political satirist. It’s understood police were called after he pushed employees out of the way while leaving the facility.More to come.

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