Lord Cameron states that Trump did not mention I had dubbed him xenophobic, misogynistic, or foolish during their meeting

Anjali Jain
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The Foreign Secretary stated on Monday that Donald Trump did not challenge Lord Cameron on the grounds that he had referred to him as “xenophobic, misogynistic, and stupid” during their meeting a week prior.
The former prime minister and former president of the United States addressed the Ukraine amid Western concerns that a Trump re-election could result in reduced support for Kyiv, NATO expenditure commitments, and the Middle East conflict.

Lord Cameron refrained from disclosing additional information regarding the dinner held at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, citing its private nature.

When asked on Sky News what it was like to encounter Trump in the wake of his “undiplomatic” remarks, he replied, “I am a diplomat. “”It’s very much in line with the work that foreign secretaries and prime ministers do to meet opposition leaders and potential future presidents in other countries,” I’m pleased I attended the meeting.It is with fond memories that I encountered Mitt Romney during my tenure as prime minister.
In 2016, during his tenure as prime minister, David Cameron characterized Trump, who was vying for the presidency for the first time, as “divisive, stupid, and wrong.”

In his autobiography, he claimed that Trump was “protectionist, xenophobic, and misogynistic” subsequent to his departure from No. 10 in the wake of the Brexit referendum outcome.
When asked by presenter Kay Burley whether the former president had made these characterizations of him, the Foreign Secretary responded, “I have no comment regarding the meeting.”

When prodded further, he responded, “No, he didn’t actually.”
When asked if his opinion of Trump had changed, Lord Cameron responded, “As politicians, we are all aware that we have a history of saying negative things about one another.
however, the United Kingdom and the United States are crucial allies in the end.It is not our place to intervene in the American people’s presidential election after November; they are the ones who will determine their president. “We then collaborate with them.”

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The Foreign Secretary conferred with Trump on his visit to the United States last Monday. On Tuesday, he also engaged in discussions with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Washington.
Western officials have previously reacted angrily to Trump’s implication that he would not provide protection to nations that fail to meet 2% of GDP expenditure objectives for NATO and might even incite Russia to attack them.

This did not transpire, despite Lord Cameron’s desire to meet with House Speaker Mike Johnson in support of Britain’s demand that Republicans cease obstructing a massive new aid package for Kiev.
Conservatives have been urged by the Foreign Secretary not to exhibit “the weakness” that was “exhibited against Hitler” during the 1930s.

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