Queensland Deputy Premier says C-word was a 'stutter' during remarks about PM | ABC News

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Queensland's Deputy Premier has caused a Labour Day crowd to erupt into laughter after a slip-up during a speech sounded like he called the Prime Minister a derogatory expletive.
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Speaking to a crowd of union members and their supporters at a Labour Day rally, Steven Miles — who hasn't been shy about criticising the federal government on policy issues — seemingly called Scott Morrison a c***, which he quickly replaced with the word "contrast".

"Albo's [federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese] here with us at Labour Day … while Scott Morrison's charging 5,000 bucks a head to have dinner with him," he said.

"What a c** — contrast.

"Don't we need … contrast. It's contrast."

Hundreds of people erupted into a cheer after the Deputy Premier's slip of the tongue.

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