The International Trade Secretary Liam Fox intends to apologize to the president's president and to the oldest daughter Ivanka Trump Monday.
British officials conducted a Monday search for the source of the exhausting diplomatic cables where the British President of the United States made President Donald Trump “radiates on insecurity” and has “unsuitable” administration.
The International Trade Secretary Liam Fox, who gave the "malicious" and "unconscionable, leakage" told the BBC that he intends to apologize to Ivanka Trump, the president's president and the oldest daughter, when he meets his Monday as part of a previous scheduled visit.
"I will apologize for the fact that our civil service and political aspects did not keep pace with our expectations of the United States in relation to their behavior, which has been very unusual in this particular case. and in an unacceptable way, ”said Fox.
When asked about the memoranda that were unveiled on Sunday, President Trump said that Ambassador Kim Darroch was "not good for the United States."
"We're not a big fan of that man," he said.
'Trump insecure radiates'; UK to investigate the discharge of the ambassador's loose on the White House
The International Trade Secretary Liam Fox says that "unacceptable" in British behavior. (Photo: Andy Rain, epa-he)
An investigation into how Darroch's secret reporters arrived at a "dysfunctional" White House on hand by a reporter The Daily Mail's British newspaper said by civil servants in the Cabinet Office, Prime Minister Theresa May, James Slack, said Monday.
Slack said that Darck has a “full belief” in Darroch although the Prime Minister does not share the ambassador's views about Trump or his administration.
A May spokesman said the White House had been told that we believe the leak is unacceptable and the Guardian says "regret," but also said that it is an ambassador's job to give "honest, unchallenged assessments".
Foreign Secretary. T Jeremy Hunt criticized the leak and she asked the person behind him “very serious consequences” to address him but said Darroch's ability to honestly share his "essence" on diplomacy.
"I do not share the ambassador's assessment of the US administration or relations with the US administration. But I defend his right to the honest assessment," said Hunt.
The leaked cables got the Daily Mail from 2017 to the present day. The statements that inflicted from the information note of 22 June 2017 were prepared for British senior officials about the new president and his staff.
"For a man who came to the highest office on the planet, President Trump makes radantes of insecurity," Darroch wrote in that memo. "We do not believe that this administration will be much more normal; it will not be so dysfunctional; it will not be as difficult to predict; less less closure;
In that cable, which was written a month after Robert Mueller was appointed as a special advocate to investigate Russia's election in the 2016 election, Darroch said he was afraid that the "worst could not be ruled out". on possible coordination between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin.
"Active collusion could be done between people who were involved in the Trump campaign and with Russian intelligence, especially regarding the timing of hacked email releases from the inside of Clinton's camp," he said. "Russian dodgy sponsors of the Trump and Kushner enterprises may be deposited out when there was a danger that both of them would have been viewed for many years."
Later, in June 22's cable from this year, Darroch asked the administration's policy towards Iran "non-compliant" and "chaotic" and said he did not expect it to be "progressive any time soon."
Darroch said Trump did not explain a military strike against Iran due to unmanned drone, due to 150 predicted casualties; he certainly heard this figure in his first information session. "He said it was" more likely he had never been fully on board "on concerns about the political possibilities that might exist.
The ambassador said the president was “unorthodox” and his entourage “dazzled” during his state visit to Britain and helped secure relationships with those he called for the “Trump Whisperers” "could ensure that the voice of the UK is heard in the West Wing."
He warned that, while they thought the journey was the "hottest ticket for their career," the impact could be short-lasting as "this is the first American country."
Slack said that the investigation in the leak would only involve law enforcement "if evidence of crime is found."
Tom Tugendhat, who chaired the curator, who chairs Parliament's foreign affairs committee, said that he had written to the chief executive of the London Metropolitan Police seeking a criminal investigation into the leak.
The leader of the Brexit Party, Nigel Farage, said on Sunday that the documents showed "globalization" and "completely anti-Trump."
"The earlier he joined the US ambassador in Washington," said Farage, saying his assessment had no connection with Trump's tweet in 2016 calling for the Farage to be the Irish ambassador.
Robin Renwick, who was the British ambassador to Washington in the 1990s, said that the leak made Darroch a harmless position.
“Of course, it will be a reasonable interval. He must then move on, ”said Renwick to the BBC.
Contribution: The Associated Press
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