It’s coming on two years since Waleed Aly joined The Project and his impact could not be more obvious. What started as a comedic, light-hearted take on current affairs has morphed into a platform for Aly to disseminate his own personal views and opinions.
Aly’s attempts at humour are dismal and his political commentary comes across as pointed, condescending and self-righteous.
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