Scott Morrison shoots a shot at Queensland’s “juvenile” deputy prime minister...

Scott Morrison has told Queensland’s Deputy Prime Minister to “grow up” if electoral tension escalates.

Steven Miles used a press conference to launch an attack on the prime minister for taking a week off to “rule Australia during a pandemic” to promote the Liberal National Party in Queensland on Saturday.

Regarding Mr Morrison’s trip to Brisbane to join Candidate Deb Frecklington in the campaign, Mr Miles claimed the trip was unnecessary as voters would elect a prime minister – not a prime minister – on October 31st.

The leader of the nation struck back and told Mr. Miles to concentrate on his work.

Scott Morrison rides in a reconnaissance vehicle during the opening of the Rheinmetall Military Vehicle Center of Excellence October 11 in Redbank, Queensland

Steven Miles (pictured) claimed the trip was unnecessary because voters would elect a prime minister on October 31 - not a prime minister

Steven Miles (pictured) claimed the trip was unnecessary because voters would elect a prime minister on October 31 - not a prime minister

Steven Miles (pictured) claimed the trip was unnecessary because voters would elect a prime minister on October 31 – not a prime minister

“I think this guy has to grow up,” said Mr. Morrison.

“Those careless and youthful remarks reflect him terribly.”

The prime minister said he was in state explaining how the federal government’s economic plan will “get the Queenslanders back to work.”

‘That could have been something that escaped [Mr Miles],’ he said.

“I would encourage him to focus on his job and, to be honest, grow up.”

Mr Morrison said Ms Frecklington would benefit the state because it would work better with her than with current Labor Prime Minister Anastasia Palaszczuk.

Scott Morrison is assisted by Deb Frecklington (left), Queensland LNP Director, and Karen Andrews MP (right).

Scott Morrison is assisted by Deb Frecklington (left), Queensland LNP Director, and Karen Andrews MP (right).

Scott Morrison is assisted by Deb Frecklington (left), Queensland LNP Director, and Karen Andrews MP (right).

But Mr Miles warned it would not go against the Morrison government to protect the Queenslanders as Ms. Palaszczuk had done during the COVID-19 crisis.

“Yesterday, Scott Morrison tried to pretend he always supported our border position, but he and his administration went to the High Court with Clive Palmer to try to downgrade our border patrol,” he said.

He also reminded the public that Mr. Morrison was not in the running.

‘He’s not a candidate. If people vote for the LNP, they won’t get Scott Morrison. You will have Deb Frecklington [and] She’ll cut the services, ”he said.

Steel worker John Simpson (left) speaks to Deb Frecklington and Scott Morrison, Queensland LNP leader

Steel worker John Simpson (left) speaks with Deb Frecklington and Scott Morrison, Queensland LNP leader

Steel worker John Simpson (left) speaks with Deb Frecklington and Scott Morrison, Queensland LNP leader

‘She will likely be in a minority government with Clive Palmer’s party and Pauline Hanson’s party. Think about this mess. ‚

Ms. Frecklington said a Queensland LNP government, if elected, would allocate $ 135 million to a nearby defense industry and military technology district.

She said it would create 350 construction jobs and 500 permanent jobs once they are up and running.

“We want advanced manufacturing, these future jobs, to be trained right here,” she said.

“If the LNP wins on October 31st, there will be shovels in the ground by December 31st.”

Mr Morrison said this would help create a “critical mass” of the design, support and manufacturing industries.

Deb Frecklington (left), Queensland LNP chief executive officer, greets Prime Minister Scott Morrison upon arrival for a tour of Neumann Steel Fabrication on the Gold Coast on October 10th

Deb Frecklington (left), Queensland LNP Chief Executive Officer, greets Prime Minister Scott Morrison upon arrival for a tour of Neumann Steel Fabrication on the Gold Coast on October 10th

Deb Frecklington (left), Queensland LNP chief executive officer, greets Prime Minister Scott Morrison upon arrival for a tour of Neumann Steel Fabrication on the Gold Coast on October 10th

“This is how jobs are created,” he said.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk said 9,475 health workers would be employed over the next four years, including an additional 5,800 nurses, 475 paramedics and 1,700 allied health professionals.

“We need to make sure that we continue to expand our health workforce to provide the best possible care to families in Queensland,” she told reporters on Sunday.

“We cannot begin our economic recovery without a strong health response.

“Health is everything.”

Ms. Palaszczuk said the plan was fully calculated and funded from Queensland Health’s $ 19 billion budget.

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