Sky News host Peta Credlin says she has “been around long enough” not to believe politicians who say they’re not going to run for the leadership.
Former Labor leader Bill Shorten recently ruled out challenging Anthony Albanese’s leadership ahead of the next election despite criticising the party’s “tiny” policy agenda over the weekend.
Mr Shorten subsequently backtracked on his comments insisting he does not believe Labor has a “tiny” agenda under Mr Albanese but said the party should learn from past lessons.
Ms Credlin said Mr Shorten “didn’t stay in the parliament to be Anthony Albanese’s shadow minister”.
“Let’s just leave it there,” she said.