General Election live: Trump urges Boris Johnson to strike deal with Farage – latest updates – The Sun

DONALD Trump has tonight urged Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage to strike a deal ahead of the general election on December 12.

The US President said Boris Johnson is a "fantastic guy" and the two would be an "unstoppable force" together.

In an interview on LBC, Trump also rubbished Jeremy Corbyn's claims the NHS would be sold off in a UK-US deal after the general election on December 12.

Follow our live blog below for the latest General Election 2019 news and updates…

 

  • HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE?

    The general election is now just 41 days away and if you're wondering how to register vote, we've got you covered.

    Read here for the lowdown: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/10241634/how-to-register-to-vote-december-12-general-election/

  • DON THE OFFENSIVE

    Donald Trump took a break from Corybn bashing tonight to appear to take a dig at Meghan Markle.

    The president told LBC she takes press coverage “very personally” and implied she needed to toughen up.

    Donald Trump says Meghan Markle is ‘taking it very personally’ over Press coverage and ‘you have to be a bit different’

  • BORIS GET DEFENSIVE

    As Boris launched his election campaign today, he was snapped looking slightly intimidated at a self defence class.

    The PM at one point was supported by Police Commissioner Cressida Dick at the Metropolitan Police training centre in Hendon, North London.

  • BERCOW BOWS OUT

    John Bercow has bellowed his last “order” as his ten-year reign as Speaker finally comes to an end.

    The controversial speaker has repeatedly clashed with Tories over what they see as his pro-Remain bias.

    He today presided over the chamber for one final time before his successor is chosen on Monday.

  • CORBS FIRES BACK

    Jeremy Corbyn has hit back at Donald Trump after he rubbished claims of a UK-US trade deal with the NHS.

    The Labour leader tweeted: “Donald Trump is trying to interfere in Britain's election to get his friend Boris Johnson elected.”

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