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Mahathir outsmarts Najib in Video response on public transport

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Tun M bersetuju dengan Razak mengatakan Tun tak buat apa apa masa jd PM. HAHAHAHA.Kredit : Firdaus Abdullah

Posted by Kelab Che Det on Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Saying he agrees with Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak that he did not build anything in Malaysia’s public transport system, former PM Mohamad completely burned the PM with his cynical response.

Watch the video (for those who understands Malay) and laugh.

In the video, the former PM was asked what is his response to PM Najib’s remarks that Mahathir did nothing for the public transport system, while he (Najib) has given the population a ‘gift’ called the new lines.

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Mahathir replied with his good old cynicism: I agree with Najib I did nothing regarding the public transport system, that is because those who built the rails and the infrastructure are the workers, not me!

And that has sent Malaysia scrambling with laughter while the video on Mahathir’s Facebook fan page Kelab Chedet got more than 324,000 views!

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