According to the sources of officials, Nationals’ leader Michael McCormack said that his deputy Bridget McKenzie retains his support amid calls for her resignation. He also further said that “Minister McKenzie retains my support and the outcomes delivered in her capacity as Sports minister has made a significant difference to the recipient communities.” Labor said that Senator McKenzie who held the sports portfolio at the time politicized the distribution of taxpayer money.
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