1. Liberal candidate's claim of ‘fake' report prompts release of audio interview  The Guardian
  2. Liberal Chisholm candidate Gladys Liu caught disparaging LGBTI issues, blames Chinese community  ABC News
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“#modernliberal Liberal Chisholm candidate Gladys Liu caught disparaging LGBTI issues, blames Chinese community https://t.co/7EOCTcdsj3”

Nick Staikos MP on Twitter: "#modernliberal Liberal Chisholm candidate Gladys Liu caught disparaging LGBTI issues, blames Chinese community https://t.co/7EOCTcdsj3"

“"How good is Gladys Liu!" - Scott Morrison launches campaign for the new Liberal candidate for Chisholm #ausvotes #auspol”

Olivia Leeming on Twitter: ""How good is Gladys Liu!" - Scott Morrison launches campaign for the new Liberal candidate for Chisholm #ausvotes #auspol… https://t.co/F00GiaIcj7"

“Liberal candidate for Chisholm says she will stand and fight for Chisholm. At her campaign launch at Box Hill Golf Club, PM says "How good is Gladys Liu?" #ausvotes #AusVotes2019”

Charis Chang on Twitter: "Liberal candidate for Chisholm says she will stand and fight for Chisholm. At her campaign launch at Box Hill Golf Club, PM says "How good is Gladys Liu?" #ausvotes #AusVotes2019… https://t.co/8D5599kuJW"

A recording of comments made by the Liberal candidate for the Victorian seat of Chisholm appearing to describe LGBTI issues as ridiculous rubbish emerges after claiming yesterday that stories about it were fake news and not representative of her own views.A recording of comments made by the Liberal candidate for the Victorian seat of Chisholm appearing to describe LGBTI issues as ridiculous rubbish emerges after claiming yesterday that stories about it were fake news and not representative of her views.

Liberal Chisholm candidate Gladys Liu caught disparaging LGBTI issues, blames Chinese community - Australia Votes - Federal Election 2019 - Politics - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Gladys Liu and Labor rival Jennifer Yang have made history as the first Asian women to be nominated by the major parties to go head-to-head federally.Gladys Liu and Labor rival Jennifer Yang have made history as the first Asian women to be nominated by the major parties to go head-to-head federally.

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