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Boris and Cameron interventions show UK is expecting Trump to beat Biden in US election


He said: “If you are the party of Ronald Reagan, if you want to make America great again, then you don’t begin a new Republican presidency… by conceding victory to Vladimir Putin.

“It would be a disaster for the West and it would be a disaster for America.”

Peggy Grande, former Executive Assistant to President Ronald Reagan and Daily Express US columnist, tells us that Lord Cameron’s visit shows the world is preparing for a Trump presidency.

She said: “I think Trump is listening to them but they are also listening to him. More world leaders are making the trips to Mar-a-Lago because they are coming to terms with the fact that Trump will likely be the next President of the United States.

“They are looking to him for a firm US leadership and guidance.”

Trump has been criticised for saying that Ukraine’s war with Russia will end on day one of his presidency. People have misinterpreted that as a capitulation to Putin.

She said: “I think it is the exact opposite. I think Putin will know that he will have a strong negotiator at the table and he will have to listen to Donald Trump.

“The world is coming to terms with the fact that Trump is coming back…and a lot of nations want to align with a strong US to be a strong deterrent to our enemies around the world.

“We see this axis of evil forming between China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea. Us in the West need to come from a position of strength.”

NATO leaders are nevertheless concerned because of Trump’s previous comments, especially his refusal to commit to supporting Ukraine and his remarks that he would allow Russia to attack any member state that had not fulfilled its spending commitments.

Reports earlier this month claimed NATO is planning to “Trump-proof” itself by sending aid to Ukraine before he takes power.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg is proposing a $100 billion, five-year fund for Ukraine, Politico reports.

A NATO official told AFP: “Foreign ministers will discuss the best way to organize NATO’s support for Ukraine, to make it more powerful, predictable and enduring.”

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