An agreement which is made in good faith but then not ultimately honoured, potentially under significant pressure from once allies turned traitors.
Named after Malcolm Turnbull, former journalist, lawyer, merchant banker, Australian republican campainer and leader of the Australian Liberal and National Party Coalition.
But that was only a Turnbull.
Dont worry, we can always pull a Turnbull.
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