PHOTO: Donald Trump rehearses for the US Presidency
Britain has a bit of a fixation with Donald Trump right now.
Even though the drama of the Republican race is gone, with Trump wrapping up the nomination, British media are hanging on the latest words of the businessman and reality TV star.
Earlier this week, the headline was Trump’s suggestion that, if he became President, he might not have a good relationship with Prime Minister David Cameron. Oh, and his implied threat to the incoming Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, who called Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims from entering the US “ignorant”.
Today the discussion was about whether British politicians “should be friends” with Trump, given his less-than-amenable disposition, if he is the leader of the Free World next year.
I joined BBC 3 Countries Radio to try and put some political sense into the issue: