Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is weighing an invitation to 10 Downing Street, despite a tense exchange between David Cameron and the billionaire.
In fact, Trump said that he thinks he would get on "just fine" with the Prime Minister, even though Cameron had criticised him earlier this year.
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Speaking to MSNBC, Trump said:
He would like me now to visit 10 Downing Street. They put out that invitation about two days ago. I’ll do just fine with David Cameron. I think he’s a nice guy. I’ll do just fine. But they have asked me to visit 10 Downing Street. And I might do it.
However, Trump did add that Cameron "came after him a little bit" in the wake of the property tycoon's idea of blanket ban on all Muslims entering the US.
The Prime Minister had said that the policy idea was "divisive, stupid and wrong", which Cameron has not apologised for.
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Still, that's nothing that can't be sorted out. "We're going to have good relationships. We’ll have better relationships than we have now, but these countries won't be taking advantage of us," Trump continued.
Newly-elected Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Trump, however, may have a tougher time stitching their relationship up after a war-of-words through media outlets.