British trade minister to apologize to Ivanka Trump over leaked cables
Added 07-08-19 09:56:03am EST - “Britain's trade minister to the United States will reportedly apologize to President Trump's daughter and senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump after leaked memos? revealed a British ambassador? describing the administration a” - Thehill.com
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Britain’s trade minister to the United States will reportedly apologize to President TrumpDonald John TrumpDemocratic senator: White House has 'used cruelty to children' as a tool of immigration policy Amash: 'High-level' Republicans privately thanked me for supporting Trump impeachment UN official: US can't ignore that climate change will force 120 million people into poverty MORE’s daughter and senior White House adviser Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpHere are the top paid White House staffers Trump Jr. blasts reports of Kushner feud: 'More fake news bulls---' Hillicon Valley: Facebook facility evacuated after sarin scare | Warren, Jayapal question FCC over industry influence | 2020 Dems take on election security | Border Patrol to investigate Facebook group with racist, sexist posts MORE after leaked memos revealed a British ambassador describing the administration as “dysfunctional” and “inept.”
The memos, leaked over the weekend to a British newspaper, from Ambassador Kim Darroch showed that he made disparaging remarks about President Trump in a series of official diplomatic cables, dating back to 2017.
Reuters reports that British trade minister Liam Fox said he will apologize on behalf of the British government in person to Ivanka Trump during his current visit to Washington.
“I will be apologizing for the fact that either our civil service or elements of our political class have not lived up to the expectations that either we have or the United States has about their behavior, which in this particular case has lapsed in a most extraordinary and unacceptable way,” Fox said on BBC radio.
He added that “malicious leaks” such as the one that exposed Darroch’s remarks “can actually lead to damage to that relationship, which can therefore affect our wider security interest.”
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