REPORT: Boris Johnson postpones White House visit after nasty phone spat with Trump

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BY TEAM DML / FEBRUARY 14, 2020 /

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Boris Johnson postponed a White House visit planned for next week after a furious phone call during which President Trump accused the British prime minister of betraying him over Huawei.

It is the latest sign of a tense relationship between two leaders many thought would forge an easy, populist, transatlantic alliance.

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It is understood that Trump abruptly ended the call after accusing Johnson of “betrayal” for ignoring American warnings and pushing ahead with allowing Chinese tech giant Huawai to take a role in the United Kingdom’s 5G phone network.

The Washington Examiner reported that, according to two sources, Johnson has ditched his plans to visit the White House next week, after the “contentious” phone call last week with President Trump.

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