I havent always been a body language follower, but it is handy when judging the merit of someone trying to tell or sell you something.
Take Scott Morrison's recent probing interview with Tracey Grimshaw where the PM was grilled (a rarity) about a well publicised rape victim, that frankly left me angry. The attempted smile on the PM's face seemed more of a SMIRK as he unconvincingly ducked and weaved questions.
Now before I get trampled in the rush to call it my political bias, I didnt vote for this person/party and after that interview doubt if I ever would, but I think the PM should not underestimate the voting power of countless women who I think he offended and failed dismally.
With a staff of 55 people (what in the hell do they all do??) one would think with the PM constantly referred to and the flack he is copping over similar issues, one of these staffers would have made a phone call or even arranged a discrete meeting.
What do you think?