Boris Johnson rid of his former ally Donald Trump

Despite an obvious “anti-system” convergence, the complicity between the two men was not that close.

Correspondent in London

When the Capitol was invaded by the Trumpian cohorts, Boris Johnson denounced “shameful scenes“. And called for a transition “peaceful and orderlyFrom power to Democrat Joe Biden. For a few weeks now, the British Prime Minister has strived to show that he has turned the page of his former “which– ally at least – American.

A few hours before Joe Biden’s inauguration, “BoJo” said to himself “looking forward to working closely” with him. “When it comes to the fight against Covid and climate change, defense, security and the promotion of democracy, our objectives are the same and our nations will work hand in hand ”, he continued. London will have two great opportunities to host the 46e US President: at the G7 held in Cornwall in June, and at the UN climate conference (COP26) to be held in Glasgow in November.

If we have talked a lot about the convergence of the two leaders “antisystem», Obvious

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