Christopher Pyne might be "the fixer," but his Photoshop skills could certainly do with a polish, judging from the job he just did on Anthony Albanese in parliament this afternoon.
In a heated debate over infrastructure projects, Pyne whipped out a photo of Mount Rushmore. The carving, of 18-metre high faces of U.S. presidents into solid granite, usually bears the likenesses of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln -- except Pyne's doctored version had Albo's face slapped where George Washington's face would be.
Fairfax snapper Alex Ellinghausen captured this image:
The PM points out Albo's face on a doctored photo of Mt Rushmore used as a prop by Minister Pyne pic.twitter.com/bWVCm79qKr— ellinghausen (@ellinghausen) October 15, 2015
His colleague Andrew Meares got this one. Barnaby Joyce seemed to enjoy it.
Christopher Pyne displays an image of Mount Rushmore with Anthony Albanese as President George Washington pic.twitter.com/NbgqcCyfls— andrew meares (@mearesy) October 15, 2015
Here's a better look, courtesy of ABC reporter Alice Workman: