British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (left) welcomes US President Donald Trump before the start of a round table meeting during the annual Nato Leaders Summit in Watford, England, on December 4, 2019. Photo: dpa British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (left) welcomes US President Donald Trump before the start of a round table meeting during the annual Nato Leaders Summit in Watford, England, on December 4, 2019. Photo: dpa
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (left) welcomes US President Donald Trump before the start of a round table meeting during the annual Nato Leaders Summit in Watford, England, on December 4, 2019. Photo: dpa
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Trump vs Biden: how the US election result could influence Brexit talks

  • If Donald Trump wins a second term, Boris Johnson is more likely to feel emboldened to plump for no deal with the EU. Joe Biden, however, has long been opposed to the UK’s departure from Europe

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (left) welcomes US President Donald Trump before the start of a round table meeting during the annual Nato Leaders Summit in Watford, England, on December 4, 2019. Photo: dpa British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (left) welcomes US President Donald Trump before the start of a round table meeting during the annual Nato Leaders Summit in Watford, England, on December 4, 2019. Photo: dpa
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (left) welcomes US President Donald Trump before the start of a round table meeting during the annual Nato Leaders Summit in Watford, England, on December 4, 2019. Photo: dpa
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