Mr HUSIC (Chifley) (13:57): I am not a fan of public spearing but, can I say, do not watch David Spears's interview of the Prime Minister today. It is all pain, having the Prime Minister of this country unable to put a figure to his key budget measure—his corporate tax changes. It was an awkward moment as David Spears put it to him and he could not answer it. By the way, from now on I won't be going on his show, as a result of seeing what happened to Malcolm Turnbull. Malcolm Turnbull has had such a great week—
The SPEAKER: The member for Chifley will refer to members by their proper titles.
Mr HUSIC: The Prime Minister has had such a great week, telling us that it is okay to give a baby a house as a present. On that basis, I do not want him to invite me to any of his baby showers! Or as James Jeffrey said, 'By 2020, no child need live without a property portfolio under this government.' It has been terrific. Another man who got to get the great advice from our great Prime Minister was Jon Faine, who was told, 'Just shell out if you have a concern.' It has been a trifecta of perfection. It is truly an exciting time to be alive and it is an exciting time to be Malcolm Turnbull.