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The President of the United States Donald trump refused to go to Britain on an official visit. In February he had to participate in the opening of a new Embassy in London. On Friday, January 12, reports The Independent.
In his Twitter account he wrote that he disapproves the decision of the administration of former U.S. President Barack Obama to sell is located in the old building “for pennies” and buy a new one. “A bad deal. Wanted me to cut the red tape — no!” — he wrote.
In 2008, before Obama officially became the President of the United States, it was decided to move the Embassy from the area “little America” in Grosvenor square on the South Bank of the river Thames.
Last month the leader of the labour party’s Jeremy Corbyn urged his colleagues to give Trump clearly know that it does not expect in the United Kingdom. This led to the fact that the original program that involved meeting trump with the Queen, was changed to a less prestigious working visit.
The President of the United States at the end of February was supposed to meet the head of the British government, Theresa may, as well as participate in the opening ceremony of the new building of the Embassy of the United States.
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