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Subject ‘Dial this down’ Johnson tells Trump in apparent mocking of US president
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Original Message The special relationship between the US and UK has taken a battering lately. Following the UK defence secretary’s comments that Britain would not automatically back the US in future wars, Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on President Donald Trump to “dial down” his conflict with Iran in a reprimanding tone.

Speaking to the BBC this morning in a live interview inside his Downing Street residence, Johnson said “Let me be very clear. I don’t want a military conflict between us, the United States and Iran.”

His comment “let’s dial this down” coming as Trump assumed a boastful and aggressive stance towards Iran, has been seen as an attempt to mock the US president.

This wouldn’t be the first time though that Johnson has been seen to be mocking Trump. He was filmed with Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and France’s President Emmanuel Macron mockingly discussing Trump’s behaviour at the NATO summit in December.
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