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Donald Trump is unpopular in Britain. That's why he's being used to attack Boris Johnson

WorldNews Sunday, 24 November 2019
Donald Trump is unpopular in Britain. That's why he's being used to attack Boris JohnsonLondon (CNN)Nine days before people in Britain head out to vote in the December 12 snap election, the nation's political leaders will come face-to-face with a US politician who has had an unusually high profile in this campaign. Donald Trump will arrive in London on December 3 for a summit of NATO members. He will do so having already intervened personally in the election. Earlier this month, Trump took the unprecedented step of saying not only that he would prefer Boris Johnson's Conservatives to win, but controversially suggested that Johnson should do a pact with the rival Brexit Party, led by Johnson's rival, Nigel Farage. However, here in Britain, an endorsement from the US President is...
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