Anthony Maslin, the Perth father whose three children were killed on MH17 which was shot down in 2014, accused US President Donald Trump of "kissing the arse" of Russian President Vladimir Putin at their Monday summit. Liberal backbencher Craig Kelly responded to the grieving parent by saying Russia's involvement should be "looked over" for the sake of good relations..@CraigKellyMP: We can't fix things that's happened in the past.— Sky News Australia (@SkyNewsAust) July 18, 2018
It is best if the leaders US and Russia have a good talking relationship, if that means looking over things Russia has done in the past then that's the price we pay.
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Death of a Clown will be the appropriate song when Mr Kelly loses preselection.