The President of the United States Donald trump among the leaders of allied countries in the category of my friends include the British and Japanese Prime Ministers, Boris Johnson and Abe. At the same time, he doesn’t like the President of France Emmanuel macron and Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, and to the Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, head of the White house relates with great respect. About it it is spoken in arrived on Tuesday in the sale of the book, the former assistant at trump national security John Bolton “the Room where it happened: a memoir of the White house” (The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir).
According to Bolton, “trump the best personal relationships among world leaders emerged with Abe (pals Golf and colleagues)”. “When Johnson became Prime Minister of great Britain, between them to establish the same good relations with Abe,” continued the ex-assistant. Trump is so loves the Japanese Prime Minister that “often in conversation mentioned that his father Abe was a kamikaze pilot during the Second world war,” and that “Abe – the same inflexible”, according to the book.
According to Bolton, “Trump don’t like neither Trudeau nor the macron, but he suffers them to share at the meetings of barbs and openly poking fun at them.” At the summit of leaders of the countries – members of NATO in 2017, according to the author of the book, trump accused Him that he “always leaking to journalists the details of their conversations.”
As for Merkel, then, as pointed out by Bolton, the opinion of her trump reflects both a respect for Germany, and irritation about the policy pursued by Berlin in the field of security. “The trump with great respect for Merkel, noting that his father was a German,” – said in his memoirs. At the NATO summit in 2017, the head of the White house “kissed Merkel on both cheeks”. But trump is not hiding that he didn’t like, in particular, the German position on energy contracts with Russia. “It is very sad that Germany enters into such major oil and gas deals with Russia – gives Bolton the words of the President of the United States, delivered during a meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. – We have something to do with it”.
Trump on the eve of the release of the book in light of the accused Bolton’s on Twitter lying. He also recalled the decision of the judge of the district of Columbia, which found that the former assistant to the President the publication of the memoir, “jeopardized the national security of the United States” and may result in incur “administrative (and potentially criminal) liability.” The white house tried to block publication of the book, stating that Bolton had violated its obligations not to disclose information constituting state secrets. However, the judge did not do that, explaining that thousands of copies of his memoirs, the publisher has already managed to spread.
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