But Don Brash questions how Michelle Boag got her hands on it in the first place.
"It's going to be tough."
"Let's Keep Moving? Of course they should be moving - they're the Government."
"It's not my own personal view, obviously."
Party members believe she can win the election outright.
"Don't put on the brakes when now more than ever is the time that we need to speed up."
The Prime Minister has outlined how she plans to get the country's economy back on track, post-COVID.
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COVID-19 will dominate campaigning ahead of September's election.
"Sorta reminds me of primary school jump jam."
"Some kernels of truth," the 68th-ranked candidate claimed.
Federated Farmers says the pledge is a "step in the right direction".
The legislation passed with support from the National Party.
"I know you're all sitting around having a laugh at his expense. It's a bit sad, a bit sad really."
"Clark did not deliver to the standards that we expected, neither through the lockdown or the border management in recent weeks."
ACT leader David Seymour also lashed out at the PM for deciding to keep Clark in the role.
The embattled MP for Dunedin North faced backlash for breaking the lockdown rules.
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He says Labour will take its time announcing tax policy.
A south island course with 180 spots had just 50 applicants.
"We will announce our policy in the future."
He says it is his mistake to own.
Labour and Green MPs have given up hiding their growing frustrations with New Zealand First vetoing their flagship policies.
NZ First leader Winston Peters denied he was blocking light rail.
"I know that our people here on the ground will know that this is an issue we're taking seriously."
Since news of the failure broke, other examples of mismanagement and claims of an overly relaxed quarantine regime have emerged.
"We should have a good chance to talk talk to you about about it and then we can talk about it."
This follows a report claiming the Christchurch gunman was wrongly granted a firearms licence.
But now the Government is saying it won't look at the legislation until after the election, blaming the delay on COVID-19.