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Tuesday, 09 July 2019


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The Ambassador could have verbally given his opinion however he is an EU remainer and no doubt anti Trump. Trump has also just given his honest opinion about the Ambassador and May. May used her position to sell out the wishes of the British people.

The only reason I wouldn't go to some parts of New York is the real risk of meeting Donald Trump. - Boing-Boing BoJo, 2015

I am genuinely worried that he could become president - Boing-Boing BoJo, 2016

And now the sun shines from whence it dunoughta ...

FANTASTIC news that President @realdonaldtrump will at last come to Britain on 13 July. Looking forward to seeing our closest ally and friend on the GREATest visit ever. - Boing-Boing BoJo, 2019


David, old boy, it's not like you to be so euphemistic. We're over 240 years old now. You can lose the soft soap and tell us what you really think.

SoD I expect Rudolf Hess, had he Twatter, would've similarly twatterd.

That's the thing about diplomacy Loz.

It happens.

Off topic but worth readig

bugger it. reading not readig

AussieD, thank you. That article was fascinating. It sums up my own somewhat befuddled dislike of remaining in the EU. I will post on the subject later.

David, I reckon, it was a fit up and the Ambassador was involved. It is about brexit and Boris.

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