How the former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who lost the Warringah seat in Sydney and became an ordinary citizen, spent the 24 hours after the election, maybe a photo can explain everything.

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According to the “Daily Mail” report, an Australian media reporter squatted outside Albert’s home in Forestville and found that he was dressed casually and looked a little depressed. He threw the empty beer bottles into the recycling trash can and did not change his clothes afterwards. Going out and bought a case of beer home.

When he was about to go out by bike, Albert reluctantly smiled when he met the reporter.

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On the 18th, independent candidate Zali Steggall "spike" Albert with a approval rate of 59.2%. After learning the results, Albert was very generous and congratulated Steggall on his "brilliant" results. As a member of the Liberal Party, Albert was happy for Morrison's victory, but losing his seat made him feel uncomfortable.

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Albert said: "I would rather be a loser than flee without a fight." Compared to Steggall's lively celebration party, I don't know if Albert was drinking while sighing.