PM hits back at French President following leaked text message | 9 News Australia

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Australia’s diplomatic rift with France has taken another twist with the release of an allegedly leaked text message, which Prime Minister Scott Morrison claims shows French President Emmanuel Macron knew the scrapped multi-billion dollar submarine deal was at risk.

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