And he’s not happy about suggestions for Malcolm Turnbull taking his spot.
“Mr Abbott’s office has decided against him appearing every Friday, which is disappointing,” executive producer Neil Breen confirmed.
“I can only speculate as to the reasons why. I’d love to have Malcolm on.”
The Sunday Herald Sun is suggesting a media stumble by Abbott remains one of the greatest threats to him ruining what many believe to be an ‘unloseable election.’
A spokesman for Abbott said he was still keen to appear regularly on the Today show and talks were ongoing. But he would not appear every week.
Newsflash: He’s going to have to do Q&A sometime this year too. No hiding from that…