“Putin’s robbers”: Boris Johnson’s crude words compared to Emmanuel Macron

In early March 2022, when thousands of Ukrainians fled their country in the face of the Russian invasion launched on 24 February, the British media and several European countries criticized the small number of refugees hosted by the United Kingdom.

“Macron went on to criticize Boris directly and his remark made the front page of the Guardian, I believe on Friday”, recalls Guto Harri, the former prime minister’s former director of communications, in a new episode of his podcast. We do. “Unprecedented” was uploaded on Thursday.

During a meeting with his advisers, “he launched a virulent attack on Emmanuel Macron, calling him a word beginning with a c (apparently the allusion to “asshole”, editor’s note), saying that he There is a psycho, this is Putin’s bootlicker, “they say. We must “take off the gloves”, “we must rage against the” frogs “”” (frogs – the derogatory nickname of the French), according to this adviser, Boris Johnson would have said.

Kiev’s early supporters in its conflict with Russia, the United Kingdom and its leaders were already suspicious of the French president’s efforts to persuade Russian President Vladimir Putin not to invade Ukraine. According to Mr Harry, the French president’s visit to Moscow just weeks before the conflict started left Boris Johnson “queasy”. However, this advisor says that after this there was a reconciliation between the two leaders.

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“They had a whiskey together at the G7 summit (…) each other+ my friend+, + cheered on Emmanuel+”, and Boris Johnson invited Macron to London “so that we can show the world that Our “bromance” is “alive”.

A spokesman for Boris Johnson declined to comment on the comments his former adviser made to him, specifying that the former prime minister was not involved in this podcast. According to official figures, the UK has issued around 230,000 visas to Ukrainians since the start of the war.

(with AFP)


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