One year on, Trump's election win changed Australian politics.
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'A mix of bewilderment, regret and increasing amounts of schadenfreude.'
With three weeks until the ballot, everyone better take a deep breath.
Roberts, Ludlam, Waters and Nash also gone.
We could have as many as 49 separate judgements.
The outcome could dramatically reshape the parliament.
What are we getting out of this, the Chief Justice asked.
The One Nation senator is one of seven politicians currently involved in a dual citizenship scandal that could have ramifications for his place in the Federal Parliament.
The Queensland senator was cross-examined in the High Court.
The former prime minister has another shirtfront moment.
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That means there will be quite a few more weeks of uncertainty.
Fiona Nash? Nick Xenophon? What?
One interpretation of the Constitution is that technically, nobody is eligible to sit.
Pauline Hanson has referred her own senator to court over possible British citizenship
Was the Senator a British citizen at the time of the election?
Several foreign-born pollies reassure constituents that their documents are alright.
Says she donated her $5000 to Make-A-Wish
He says he's worked underground for three years and he should know.
You will "need a biscuit" after reading this.
The broadcaster is being accused for "unfair treatment", AKA journalism.
He's an adviser to Queensland Senator Malcolm Roberts.
Senator Roberts thinks this means he won the 'debate'.
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'ABC refuses our party right of reply so we refuse your right of entry'.
The Queensland Senator was outraged by protests against Australia Day.
'Spending so much time in Canberra has denied a village somewhere in Australia of its idiot.'
'This is why New Zealanders can't have nice things.'
It's been a big morning for One Nation.
There's even a chance One Nation could scoop up his spot.
All thanks to the odd rules of the Senate.