Boris Johnson refers to President Donald Trump as ‘Past President’

Boris Johnson refers to President Donald Trump as ‘Past President’

London: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who shared friendly relations with US President Donald Trump on Wednesday (local time), mistakenly referred to Trump as “past president”.
Hill informed Johnson as Speaker of the House of Commons, “Well, I have a good relationship with myself and the previous president … It is the duty of all British Prime Ministers to have a good relationship with the White House.”
He continued, “But I am pleased to find several areas in which Biden, the incoming Biden-Harris administration, has been able to make common cause with us. In particular – it was very exciting to talk about President-Elect Biden. What does he want to do with the COP26 summit next year. ”
In his third attempt at the White House, Joe Biden defeated Trump in a joint election to become the 46th President of the United States.
However, Trump refused to give up, saying the election was “over-inflated”, and promised legal challenges by his election campaign.
The president said that Trump’s campaign has filed several lawsuits to challenge the results in some battlegrounds. The president spent months claiming that mail-in ballots could elect fraud to spread illegal claims.

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