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President Trump said it was not good for the leader of the British opposition party

2019-11-01T04:21:40.258Z

President Trump in the United States said in a radio station interview that the leader of the largest opposition party in Britain was “not good for the country”.



President Trump remarks that it is not good for the leader of the British opposition party November 1, 13:13

President Trump in the United States said in an interview with a radio station that the leader of the largest opposition party in Britain is “not good for the country”, and the ripples are spreading in the UK where the general election is held in December.

In the UK, a general election will be held on the 12th of next month, and each party is activating the campaign.

Under such circumstances, on the 31st, President Trump of the United States responded to an interview on a radio program hosted by British Faraway, Mr. Faraj, and said that Prime Minister Johnson is `` a wonderful person and a person who is needed now '' Did.

On the other hand, Corbin, the leader of the largest opposition and labor party, said, “It ’s bad for the country.

In addition, President Trump said that if Britain concluded a trade agreement with the United States after leaving the EU = European Union, the trade volume would increase several times more than now, and Britain will continue to If it was bound by rules, it was difficult to conclude a trade agreement.

Corbin, on the other hand, posted on Twitter and criticized President Trump's remarks, saying that President Trump is trying to intervene in the British election and win his friend Prime Minister Johnson.

In Britain, as the ruling and opposition parties are fighting heavily for the general election, there is a ripple in President Trump's remarks.

Source: nhk

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