Jacinda Ardern's newest opponent for New Zealand's top job was revealed late on Tuesday night as Judith Collins.
'Crusher' took over from former National Party leader Todd Muller, after he stood down from the role for personal health reasons on Tuesday morning.
In a statement, Muller said the role had taken a "heavy toll on me personally and on my family and this has become untenable from a health perspective".
His resignation came 53 days after Muller rolled the party's previous leader Simon Bridges, and leaves Collins with just 67 days to gain momentum ahead of the 2020 general election on September 19.
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