Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Trump criticizes Johnson’s Brexit deal

Donald Trump says, Boris Johnson's negotiations with the United States over a trade agreement would fail,

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US President Donald Trump has sharply criticized on Thursday, the deal renegotiated by the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the United Kingdom and EU referendum. Johnson is very much looking to the United States for a trade deal, Trump said in a conversation with Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage, radio LBC reported. “We want to trade with Britain, and they want to trade with us”, said the American president. But certain aspects of the deal would make that impossible. “You can not do it”.

Trump warned of an election victory by opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn of the Labor Party. Corbyn would be ‘very bad’ for the UK

Nevertheless, Trump praised the British head of government. “He’s a fantastic man, and I think he’s just the type for that time”. Farage advised him to team up with Johnson for the upcoming election on December 12th, saying they are together an unstoppable force.

Trump warned of an election victory by opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn of the Labor Party. Corbyn would be very bad for the UK. The Labor leader responded promptly via Twitter and accused the US President of interference in the election campaign.

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