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Boris Johnson Says UK Should Welcome Donald Trump

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Boris Johnson has said Donald Trump should be welcomed to the UK, while arguing that his administration deserves “respect and recognition”.

In a complimentary piece for The Telegraph the Foreign Secretary praised the Trump team for “getting stuck in” and said they did not deserve “infantile denigration”.

Mr Johnson attacked the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on multiple occasions in the article, criticising him for alleged “ignorance” after the Labour leader criticised “Trump’s America”.

Boris Johnson has said Donald Trump should be welcomed to the UK, while arguing that his administration deserves “respect and recognition”.

In a complimentary piece for The Telegraph the Foreign Secretary praised the Trump team for “getting stuck in” and said they did not deserve “infantile denigration”.

Mr Johnson attacked the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on multiple occasions in the article, criticising him for alleged “ignorance” after the Labour leader criticised “Trump’s America”.

The Foreign Secretary signed off the piece saying Mr Trump had successful trips to a number of countries followed by the phrase “chuck it, Corbyn.”

The article comes as Mr Trump reached his one year anniversary of his inauguration, as protesters took to the streets around the world in the Women’s March.

He has come under fire after the US government was forced to shut down for the first time in four years.

Congress has found itself locked in a stalemate between spending priorities and immigration, sparking a lapse in federal funding.

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