Reply to Clive Edwards: Two Cabinet meetings confused
There is no confusion on my part as to what transpired in the Cabinet Meetings and I shall leave it at that. The only other witnesses are the other Cabinet Ministers and I have no intention of dragging them into this debate because I do not need their help to defend myself from the likes of Clive Edwards.
I have been criticised directly and indirectly, and even inarticulately in the case of Tupou Layton whom I have never heard of, for even daring to defend myself against Clive Edwards's false accusations. I regret having to write publicly about matters which should remain private but I have nothing to fear from Liars and their Sycophants.
(HRH Crown Prince Tupouto'a)