This bloke is an immediate past Minister for Defence.
He was Minister for Defence during President Trump's administration.
He's still on taxpayer support, with his membership of the lucrative taxpayer funded political pension for life scheme.
And he has the temerity to say this about the Commander in Chief of our closest defence ally.
Pyne is writing in The Adelaide Advertiser.
Christopher Pyne: The world needs Biden to defeat the cult of Trump
After watching four days of “hyperbolic hate speech” directed at Democrats, former senior federal minister Christopher Pyne says the world should be hoping for a decisive Biden victory.
The United States presidential election is on November 3 this year. It is Joe Biden’s to lose.
After the Democratic and Republican parties’ national conventions in the past fortnight, it is even more obvious that the world needs Biden to win.
The Republican Party establishment has been demolished. The party of Rockefeller, Reagan, Nixon, Eisenhower and Bush is in hiding. What has replaced it is a cult of Trump.
Let’s hope that after Trump loses in November, if he loses, the centre right of American politics will reclaim their political vehicle and chase the fraudsters, opportunists and whackos out of the Republican temple.
The world needs presidents of the free world we can look up to and be proud of. Not ones that make us cringe with embarrassment and are laughed at by other world leaders who might not have our best interests at heart.
The speakers at the Republican Convention discarded any pretence of truth telling. Instead they engaged in hyperbolic hate speech directed at Biden and their Democrat opponents.
Trump has spent more than four years dividing the most powerful and important country on earth, and neither he nor his acolytes have the slightest intention of altering their playbook.
It is such a shame. I am more naturally a Republican than a Democrat – although there are aspects of the Democrats that I approve of – yet the Republican Party that I would recognise is not on display in these troubled times.
When the world needs America to lead, especially on growth, geopolitical stability and the response to the coronavirus pandemic, instead we get polemical speeches from the Trump family and others that engender fear and loathing of anyone not signed on to the ‘Trump the Great” mantra.
Where is it all going to end? Hopefully with the election of a new president on November 3. If it doesn’t, we are all going to be sorry.
There's more at The Advertiser where whinging Pyne gets worse and worse.