When asked what advice Trump would give, Johnson laughed: I have a good relationship with the former president of the United States.
November 12th. Several US media released news on the 7th that after the US Democratic presidential candidate Biden won the election, leaders of many countries, including British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, congratulated Biden. On Wednesday (11th) local time, when Johnson delivered a speech in the British House of Commons, he even referred to Trump as the “previous president”, which caused media attention.
Based on reports from the US “Capitol Hill”, the British “Daily Mail” and other foreign media, in the British House of Commons on Wednesday, British Labour Party MP Angela Eagle raised questions to Johnson about the US election. : “What advice does the Prime Minister have to his former friend Trump? He has not accepted the election results.”
Johnson, who was sitting in the audience, smiled and walked onto the stage. While emphasizing that he has a good relationship with Trump, Johnson referred to Trump as the “previous president.” “I have a good relationship with the previous president (Trump). This is an unchanging fact.” US media said, In answering Iger’s question, Johnson deliberately avoided topics related to the Trump team’s refusal to accept the election results.
However, Johnson turned to the next U.S. government, saying, “The incoming Biden-Harris administration can reach consensus with us in many areas. Can talk to President-elect Biden about next year’s COP26 summit (United Nations Climate Change Conference). I am very excited about this.”
According to estimates by several US media on the 7th local time, the US Democratic presidential candidate Biden has won more than 270 electoral votes. According to the US presidential election rules, if the final result is confirmed to be valid, the presidential candidate with more than 270 electoral votes will win the election.
However, the Trump campaign has not yet accepted the election results, saying that the election is far from over. On the 10th, Trump posted on social networking sites twice in one day, saying that his election is making great progress, and the results will be announced starting next week, “We will win!” Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepin, said the day before that Trump “has not flinched” and “is still fighting” and will continue to seek to initiate legal proceedings in several key states against the results of the election. (Overseas Net Yao Kaihong)