Published: Mon, December 02, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Boris Johnson To Trump: Stay Out Of Our Elections

Boris Johnson To Trump: Stay Out Of Our Elections

However senior Conservatives are nervous that Trump might upset the marketing campaign when in London, simply over per week earlier than the December 12 election, which polls point out Johnson is on the right track to win.

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But senior Conservatives are nervous that Trump could upset the campaign when in London, just over a week before the December 12 election, which polls indicate Johnson is on course to win.

U.S. President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson speak at the G7 Summit in Biarritz, France, Aug. 25, 2019.

Asked about whether there would be a press conference, the official said: "Stay tuned".

He went on: "The sad reality is, is that we have a gay man, like myself as b** boys in tank tops, referred to Muslim women looking like letterboxes".

With 10 days to go before Britons vote in their third general election in less than four years, the ruling Conservatives are enjoying healthy opinion poll leads, which suggests they have a chance to pull off a 68-seat majority in the House of Commons.

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Johnson was asked on Friday about the president's unprecedented intervention when he gave his backing to the prime minister and urged him to form a pact with Farage.

He said: "We have very close relationships and friendships with the United States at every level of government, but what we don't do traditionally as loving allies and friends... is get involved in each other's election campaigns".

The president also warned in a recent interview that left-wing Labour leader Corbyn would take Britain to "such bad places".

Trump did have some criticism for Johnson's Brexit deal, claiming it hinders trade with the US.

Leader of the UK's main opposition Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn has previously accused Johnson's government of planning to use a potential privitisation of the country's health services as a bargaining chip in trade talks with the USA, with Trump's upcoming visit possibly only aggravating these speculations.

Labour recently published a 451-page package of allegedly leaked government documents showing that the Conservative Cabinet under Prime Minister Theresa May had purportedly negotiated the "sale" of the NHS to the US. If you value what we are doing, you can help us by making a contribution to the cost of our journalism.

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