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Yesterday, Donald Trump told journalists on the White House lawn that he & # 39; possibly & # 39; talks will perform with Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage during his three-day trip to the UK
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Donald Trump has backed Boris Johnson and claims that the favorite for Tory's leadership is a & # 39; very good job & # 39; would do.

Mr. Trump looks forward to meeting the former foreign secretary during his state visit to the UK, after having previously seen him as a & # 39; friend & # 39; described.

The meeting between the US President and the former Foreign Minister is being organized by senior White House officials, according to reports.

In an interview, he said that Mr. Johnson, a hard Brexiteer, an & # 39; excellent choice & # 39; would be as a leader before adding that he was the Tory leadership race & # 39; very hard & # 39; had studied.

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The final comments come after an improvised press call in Washington yesterday, where Mr. Trump paid a fierce tribute to Mr. Johnson, who described him as a & # 39; great power & # 39 ;.

Yesterday, Donald Trump told journalists on the White House lawn that he & # 39; possibly & # 39; talks will perform with Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage during his three-day trip to the UK

Yesterday, Donald Trump told journalists on the White House lawn that he & # 39; possibly & # 39; talks will perform with Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage during his three-day trip to the UK

His team is said to have told British officials that in some & # 39; executive times & # 39; wants to plan, especially during his stay at Winfield House in London on Tuesday, the whereabouts of the American ambassador.

Any meeting with Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage or other Tory leadership prods is expected to take place.

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Some British officials would be concerned about the controversies that Mr. Trump would cause during his visit, although Downing Street is said to be relaxed.

A Downing Street source told the Times: & Whoever meets the President during his visit is a matter for him. & # 39;

Mr. Trump also said the sun: & # 39; I have studied it very hard. I know the different players.

& # 39; But I think Boris would do very well. I think he would be excellent. I like him. I've always liked him. I don't know he'll be elected, but I think he's a very good guy, a very talented person.

& # 39; He is very positive about me and our country & # 39.;

Boris Johnson (pictured today in London) have to be careful with the tacit approval of Mr. Trump
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Boris Johnson (shown today in London) has to be careful with the tacit approval of Mr. Trump

The president of the US praised the two politicians as & # 39; major powers & # 39; - and said that Mr Farage's Brexit party last week was a & # 39; big win & # 39; had achieved in the EU elections

The president of the US praised the two politicians as & # 39; major powers & # 39; - and said that Mr Farage's Brexit party last week was a & # 39; big win & # 39; had achieved in the EU elections

The president of the US praised Mr. Johnson, and it looks like he will have a meeting with the foreign minister

Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson is widely regarded as the favorite in the Tory leadership race

Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson is generally seen as the favorite in the Tory leadership race

Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson is widely regarded as the favorite in the Tory leadership race

Despite Theresa May, the President's remarks are still the current leader of the party and it would be their & # 39; business meeting & # 39; make it difficult
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Despite Theresa May, the President's remarks are still the current leader of the party and it would be their & # 39; business meeting & # 39; make it difficult

Despite Theresa May, the President's remarks are still the current leader of the party and it would be their & # 39; business meeting & # 39; make it difficult

The president also claimed that several Tory candidate leaders had asked for his approval, although he said that Michael Gove was not one of them.

Mr. Trump has also revealed that he is kind to Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt & # 39; finds.

Mick Mulaney, acting chief of staff at the White House, allegedly requested the meeting during the planning phase of the state visit.

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Grump told journalists on the lawn of the White House yesterday that he & # 39; possibly & # 39; negotiate with Mr Johnson or Mr Farage during his three-day trip.

What happens during Trump's state visit to the UK?

Monday, June 3

The Queen, along with The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, officially welcome the President and Mrs. Trump to Buckingham Palace. Royal Gun Salutes fired in Green Park and at the Tower of London.

Private lunch at Buckingham Palace for the president and first lady, organized by Queen with Duke of Sussex

Tour of Westminster Abbey, where the president will lay a wreath at the grave of the unknown warrior.

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Afternoon tea with the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at Clarence House.

Full state banquet in Buckingham Palace

Tuesday, June 4

Business breakfast meeting at St James & # 39; s Palace with Theresa May and Duke of York.

Conversations at No10 Downing Street followed by a lunch with Ms. May and a joint press conference.

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President and Mrs. Trump organize a return dinner at Winfield House, the official residence of the American ambassador.

Wednesday, June 5

National memorial event for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Portsmouth, along with more than 300 D-Day veterans.

& # 39; Nigel Farage is a friend of mine. Boris is a friend of mine, "said Mr. Trump.

& # 39; They are two very good guys, very interesting people.

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& # 39; Nigel has won a big win, he has picked up 32 percent of the votes from nothing (in elections in the EU).

& # 39; I think they are super powers there, I think they did well. & # 39;

The American president will arrive in London on Monday.

Royal fireworks salons shoot in the Tower of London and in Green Park in honor of the American president and First Lady Melania Trump.

The Queen, 93, is organizing no fewer than four official events in honor of Mr. Trump, and Prince Charles and the Duke of York will also be closely involved.

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The president will also have lunch with Mrs. May on Downing Street in one of her last ceremonial duties as prime minister.

Mr. Trump brings four of his five children, including his son Barron, 12, and his daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner.

Every meeting with Mr Johnson is done, must be kept away from the official route.

Mr. Johnson is the front rider to take on the role of Prime Minister Theresa May this summer after she has finally admitted that she has not delivered the Brexit.

But the competition becomes increasingly chaotic after the former head whip Mark Harper became the twelfth candidate to throw in his hat.

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It is also possible that Mr. Trump met during his visit Nigel Farage.

He praised the Brexit party leader at the same press call where he shared his admiration for Mr. Johnson.

Farage told MailOnline that he & # 39; perfectly happy & # 39; would be to meet Mr. Trump, but there were no plans yet.

& # 39; We'll have to see it, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I would be very happy, of course I would.

& # 39; I recently saw him on the other side (from the Atlantic Ocean) a few months ago. & # 39;

He may also meet Nigel Farage, who was the first British former politician to meet Mr. Trump after being elected president - posing together with the golden elevator in his penthouse in New York

He may also meet Nigel Farage, who was the first British former politician to meet Mr. Trump after being elected president - posing together with the golden elevator in his penthouse in New York

He may also meet Nigel Farage, who was the first British former politician to meet Mr. Trump after being elected president – posing together with the golden elevator in his penthouse in New York

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