New Zealand’s Prime Minister Apologizes for Her Remarks

Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Arden apologized for her remarks regarding opposition spokesperson David Seymour

In a live debate, David Seymour who is the leader of the opposition ACT party asked New Zealand’s prime minister a question.

He asked her about her views regarding “making a mistake, apologizing for it properly, and fixing it”. His question was about the government’s policies during the Covid.

Prime Minister Jacinda Arden answered, “We have openly said, for instance, that [managed isolation and quarantine] was something that was very difficult at the time and that there were people that were affected by it and that we would do things differently if we were ever confronted with it again.”

She further added, “We’ve always made decisions that we believe to be in the best interest of New Zealand at the time.”

When Ms. Arden answered Mr. Seymour, she sat down saying something. The microphone caught her words which said, “such an arrogant prick..”

Mr. Seymour objected to this remark.

Prime Minister’s spokesperson revealed that Primer has apologised for her remarks related to Mr. Seymour.

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