LONDON (Reuters) – The U.S. Ambassador to London on Wednesday mentioned he was uncertain whether or not President Donald Trump would meet Boris Johnson, who resigned from Prime Minister Theresa May’s government, throughout his upcoming journey Britain.
Trump on Tuesday mentioned that his go to comes throughout a time of “turmoil” in Britain however added he may converse to former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, whose resignation deepened a disaster in May’s government, through the journey which begins on Thursday.
When requested immediately if Trump would meet Boris, U.S. Ambassador Woody Johnson advised BBC Radio: “Is he going to make time? I’m not sure. That’s not on the schedule, but the president makes his own schedule.”
“We’ll make everything possible. If the president wants to do something, we’ll make it possible.”
Boris Johnson’s resolution to stop initially of the week, together with Brexit minister David Davis and different officers, threatened to destabilise May’s government and her plans for a business-friendly Brexit, agreed with high ministers final week.
But Woody Johnson mentioned May had proven robust management and that the journey would improve the particular relationship between the United States and Britain.
“We’re extremely confident in the ability of the UK to plough through this issue with Brexit and move on,” he mentioned.
“She was the first foreign dignitary to visit the U.S. when he became president. So I think that symbolises how he considers the importance of her leadership in this country right now.”
Reporting by Alistair Smout, modifying by Guy Faulconbridge