US President Donald Trump has asked the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson and the Chairman of the Brexit party, Nigel Farage, to a merger. An Alliance will secure the prospects for expanded trade between the United States and the United Kingdom after the withdrawal from the European Union, said Trump in the White house on Sunday.
On the question, what is the British head of state, he supported, said of Trump: "they are both friends of mine. I think Boris will make it right." Johnson was "the right man for the time". What I would like to see, is that Nigel and Boris to come together. I think this is a possibility."
The head of the British Brexit-party, Nigel Farage, doesn't want to apply for re-election in the next month to a seat in Parliament. Instead, he wanted the country against the Prime Minister and Boris Johnson with the EU negotiated a divorce agreement to fight, said the Brexit-hard-liners in the BBC.
Trump had a mixed last week for the first time in the election campaign in the UK bearing in He said in a radio interview that the Chairman of the opposition Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn, was "very bad" for the UK. This tweeted then: "Donald Trump tried in the British elections, in order to get his friend Boris Johnson elected." (sz)
Created: 04.11.2019, 07:37 PM