American envoy for Great Britain is subject to anti-Donald Trump rant at Heathrow
Hardly had Boris Johnson settled on Downing Street, then one of his most avid fans, Donald Trump, announced that together they were to & # 39; a very substantial & # 39; trade agreement.
& # 39; They call him & # 39; Great Britain Trump & # 39 ;, the president enthusiastic. & # 39; They like me there. & # 39;
But & # 39; The Donald & # 39; can be confused to hear that his judgment is somewhat optimistic. Because I can reveal that Katie Kane, an important staff member of the American embassy in London, felt it necessary to speak to the authorities at Heathrow Airport after a tirade against the president.
Katie Kane, an important staff member of the American embassy in London, spoke with the authorities in Heathrow after being subjected to a tirade against the president
When Kane & # 39; s diplomatic passport was inspected at Heathrow (photo), the staff member complained about Trump and the US
& # 39; Katie had come to Heathrow on a night flight & # 39 ;, says a friend, adding that everything went well until Kane – a special assistant to US billionaire ambassador Robert & # 39; Woody & # 39; Johnson from the Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical dynasty – her had passport inspected.
& # 39; It is clear that Katie has a diplomatic passport stating that she works for the US government. As soon as the man saw that, it was. He ranted about Trump and the US & # 39;
Kane refused to respond. & # 39; Then the man asked what she was doing for the government.
& # 39; As soon as she said she was working for the ambassador, his attitude changed completely. He started talking about the new embassy building in London and was fine. & # 39;
But Kane, who worked for Johnson for the first time in 2015 with the New York Jets – the American football team he bought back in 2000 for $ 635 million – would not let the matter down.
Donald Trump has announced that he and Boris Johnson are working on & # 39; a very substantial & # 39; trade agreement
& # 39; She calmly collected her luggage and then went looking for the man's manager. She told him it would be harmful to Britain if their officials greet people from America by speaking out about the president of the US & # 39;
The combative Johnson is of course not above it. In January, he accused Theresa May of a & # 39; lack of leadership & # 39; about the Brexit, which was seen as a violation of the special relationship.
The US embassy confirms the sequence of events at Heathrow, but says the episode is & # 39; the kind of thing we would not comment on & # 39 ;. A Heathrow spokesperson says that the matter falls under the responsibility of the Home Office, which tells me: & We expect all Home Office employees to maintain the highest level of professionalism in their work.
& # 39; We cannot find a report of a complaint with the information provided, but we are investigating it. & # 39;
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