The White House insists neither he nor Mike Pence, who's in charge of the nation's coronavirus response, needs to be tested.
Despite multiple major studies finding the opposite, Peter Dutton claimed refugees were uneducated and languish on unemployment queues, in comments condemned as offensive, xenophobic nonsense.
Australia says it will compensate Save the Children Australia for wrongfully accusing it of encouraging asylum seekers to self harm, days after it levelled similar claims at other groups.
I asked its author what the hell is going on over there.
A chartered flight delivered them from Christmas Island to Auckland. Their identities have not been revealed.
A family of five have been fast-tracked to Perth because the mother is pregnant and will be soon unable to fly.
Rioters could be charged with causing, in Immigration Minister Peter Dutton's estimation, "well over $1 million of damage" to the center.
Another dead asylum seeker under our watch. More thought-terminating clichés from the Australian Government.
"The Bill, if it becomes law, could deny protection to people fleeing war zones because the danger they face is 'generalized,' not personal."
Last week we looked at all the ways we've failed female refugees. This week the situation is even worse.
The case of a 23-year-old Somali refugee named Abyan, who became pregnant after she was allegedly raped by an unknown assailant on Nauru, should be extremely concerning for Australians.
Last week a rape victim was returned to the Nauru detention center without an abortion. This week a 30-year-old refugee has probably set himself on fire.