Of his Prime Ministership she wrote: "Turnbull is more upbeat, more expansive ("waffly," his critics would say), less disciplined and less aggressive".
Following the election of Donald Trump as US President in 2016, Crabb asked "Where will Angry White Man strike next?
She returned to Australia in 2007 and started work as a senior writer and political columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald, and until recently, Crabb's opinion pieces featured in a regular column in the publication.
She then studied at University of Adelaide, graduating in 1997 with Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws degrees.
She briefly became involved in student politics, holding the position of women's officer at the University's Student Association.
In addition, she has written two books covering events within the Australian Labor Party.
Crabb completed high school at the Wilderness School in Medindie, South Australia.
They're in playgrounds, prams and pushchairs, proudly bearing the monikers of their grandmothers and great-grandmothers.
As if by magic, the Floras and Doras of Australia are no longer just the ones hanging out in bingo halls.
Baby Center mum Gemma says she's heard lots of talk about the '100-year rule' in our community area.
"Names that were popular 100 years ago seem to be the ones that are becoming popular now," she explains. They were names closely associated with our grandparents' and great-grandparents' generations.
Crabb's partner is lawyer Jeremy Storer, son of GP Brian Storer and retired teacher Jennifer Storer.