The ACA's 9 journo did a job but Newman's answers at the very end are weak and poor, and displayed a lack strong leadership, when he should be standing up for his team and spouting their strengths instead of succumbing to a trick questions - that's rule number one in politics.
"Look I accept that they [LNP's team] haven't had experience in government, only a few of them have," Campbell Newman said. "If they get into government, of course they'll get to make mistakes.''
When will he learn how to say the right thing with confidence and a sense of authority? Where's his media and speech adviser?
It will be a tough campaign with Bligh's amazing revelations against Newman this week, saying he could go to jail over family business dealings.
Here's the ACA interview...