People like Bolton and the Brexit supporters in London are (ideological) soul mates.
The tax triggered a potential new conflict with the United States, which could evolve into a trade battle.
US President Donald Trump has already proclaimed that Boris Johnson, Britain’s new prime minister, is popular because he is seen as “Britain Trump” (sic). After all, both politicians are widely seen as having a “populist” style. For cynics, this implies a willingness to tell blindingly obvious untruths if [Read more]
Even though Brexit is a reflexive act meant to defend British singularity ... it meanwhile completely serves the interests of the U.S.
[Trump's] strategy is egocentric, and his view of the EU is frighteningly lacking in historical knowledge.
One can only understand Trump as being the closest thing to what Queen Elizabeth would call a bull in a china shop
Trump was more likely just awed by the pomp and glamour of the British monarchy: The egomaniac was like a kid in a candy shop, totally blown away by it all.
Trump is a social asset to neither the U.S. nor the U.K. It reflects badly on all those complicit in urging him to shame himself this way.