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Johnson slams ‘pompous popinjay’ Trump critics

The Foreign Secretary pronounced people who welcomed news the US personality would not revisit Britain were “determined to put” a “crucial attribute at risk”.

The proclamation by Mr Trump sparked churned reaction.

London mayor Sadiq Khan pronounced Mr Trump had “got the message” that people in the collateral “find his policies and actions the frigid conflicting of the city’s values”.

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But Mr Johnson tweeted: “The US is the biggest singular financier in the UK – nonetheless Khan Corbyn seem dynamic to put this essential attribute at risk. We will not concede US-UK family to be involved by some puffed up pretentious dandy in City Hall.”

A dandy is a form of parrot, infrequently used as an insult to report someone vain or who behaves extravagantly.

Popinjay /parrot
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Popinjay is an out-of-date term for a parrot

Labour personality Jeremy Corbyn has not publicly commented on Mr Trump’s cancelled visit.

Downing Street after pronounced the “strong and deep” partnership between Britain and the US “will endure”.

Asked if the Prime Minister shared the President’s perspective of south London, Theresa May’s orator replied: “It is a colourful and critical partial of London, home to many businesses.”

A Number 10 source told Sky News: “Boris expresses himself in his own matchless way – but we determine that any risk to the essential US-UK attribute is not in the country’s best interests.”

Local Labour MP Marsha De Cordova told Sky News she was “pleased” Mr Trump would not be travelling to the UK since he was “really scared” of being met by a pacific criticism done up of hundreds of thousands of people.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan
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Sadiq Khan pronounced Mr Trump had ‘got the message’

Mr Trump had been approaching to revisit the new £750m ($1bn) home for American diplomats on the banks of the River Thames as early as next month.

The new Nine Elms site, nearby Battersea in London, is due to open on 16 January.

Mr Trump’s proclamation came in a twitter posted just before midnight internal time (5am GMT).

He wrote: “Reason we cancelled my outing to London is that we am not a big fan of the Obama Administration having sole maybe the best located and excellent embassy in London for ‘peanuts,’ only to build a new one in an off plcae for 1.2 billion dollars. Bad deal. Wanted me to cut ribbon-NO.”

The new US Embassy
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The new embassy will be formed in Nine Elms

Despite Mr Trump blaming his prototype for moving the embassy from Grosvenor Square, its home for 80 years, the pierce was actually instituted by the George W Bush administration.

A post on the embassy’s website antiquated 8 Oct 2008 – just under a month before Mr Obama’s election – suggested the plan.

It said: “The US State Department currently sealed a redeeming agreement with the genuine estate developer Ballymore to acquire a site in the Nine Elms Opportunity Area in Wandsworth for the construction of a new Embassy.”

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