"I'm pretty happy I didn't take the invitation to a private dinner at Yikun Zhang's house."
Newshub can reveal the video he told supporters would make them "lose their proverbial".
A pamphlet showing David Seymour playing a traditional Chinese instrument is just the beginning.
ACT leader reckons it's a "real shame and it's taking us backwards as a society".
Darryl Evans says there's no evidence it'll result in job losses, but David Seymour disagrees.
Jacinda Ardern says she's the "first to acknowledge it's not always easy to switch off".
Vote in the Newshub poll.
"I'm getting a pool noodle."
Labour, National and New Zealand First are in favour.
"It makes sense for him for me to win, it makes sense for me for me to win."
At next year's election, the public will be asked.
"We just can't believe that he's been lost like this," David Seymour says.
Simon Bridges says we can expect "other impressive people putting their names forward".
The Prime Minister's popularity has been tarnished by a cacophony of cock-ups and controversies.
David Seymour is concerned the visa category will give taxpayers "little protection".
"Freedom of speech is not freedom of consequences," a protester said.
Labour is continuing firearms legislation reform following the Christchurch attack.
The ACT Party leader says he can make it on his own next year.
Michael Woodhouse says he doesn't understand the objection.
"What qualifications to run a campaign has she got?"
The Consulate General said freedom of expression was being used to attack the Chinese government.
It's suggested that only those with six months to live would be able to access it.
David Seymour says the PM should have backed Fletcher, not negotiated a truce with protesters.
ACT leader David Seymour labelled it "insensitive and idiotic".
National's finance spokesperson says he's 'never been ACT's political puppet'.
Jacinda Ardern, Simon Bridges, Winston Peters, Marama Davidson and David Seymour have their say.
ACT says it'll make New Zealand "more dangerous" by "creating a black market" of illegal guns.
But Simon Bridges is refusing to confirm a deal with David Seymour at next election.
The ACT leader would slash taxes for the rich and overhaul education.
A civil liberties group warns it could be a "dangerous approach".