‘Be my Maggie’ Trump hopes to revive Thatcher-Reagan special relationship with Theresa May, by Rehema Figueiredo.
The US president-elect charmed Mrs May during a ten minute telephone conversation where he told her Britain is a “very, very special place for me and my country”.
A Republican president with a previous career outside of politics and a hardworking British woman — the pair bear strong similarities to the former British Prime Minister and then American-President. …
In a boost to Britain’s post-Brexit economy the business tycoon turned politician also spoke of his hopes to revive the special UK-US relationship that dominated throughout the 1980s.
Mr Trump’s warm words couldn’t be further from the rhetoric spouted by President Batack Obama who threatened Britain they would be “at the back of the queue” if the nation voted to cut ties with Brussels.
Political alignments are going international as never before. In many western countries there is a establishment aligned with the global elite and an emerging anti-establishment, pro-nativist movement. Obama and Farage both campaigned for “their team” in another country.
hat-tip Stephen Neil