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After a contentious NATO summit, President Trump visits the U.K. NPR's Noel King talks with former British Foreign Secretary David Miliband. Political leaders from Winston Churchill to Barack Obama have referred to the U.K.-U.S. relationship as “special” to reinforce shared cultural. The U.S. and U.K. have prided themselves on sharing a cultural, political and commercial bond that has long been called “the special relationship. and intelligence and investment, trade and business, culture and movies.
Davis began filming her scenes at the beginning of August. Davis told The New York Times" Her accent has changed a bit over the years. Inwhen she became first lady, she had quite a bit of Arkansas still in her speech from her 13 years there. That's really gone now.
So her accent has kind of shifted over time but she's lived in very different places. McCrory reprises her role as Blair's wife from The Queen.
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SinceCherie's autobiography has been published, meaning McCrory did not have to rely on hearsay to learn about her. Her husband Damian Lewis recommended that she should meet her again to research the role, but McCrory decided not to, telling The Sunday Times, "The problem is, if you've met somebody, you have a responsibility to them. I don't think it's fair to ask her about Stormont, or Kosovoor Matrix Chambers Her proposal prompted three members of her government to resign in recent days.
Our next guest will be watching President Trump's visit very carefully. David Miliband served as foreign secretary in a previous Labour Party government.
Welcome to the program, sir. What did you think about his statements in that news conference?
I think the most striking thing is the president's threat to, quote, unquote, "go it alone" because for 70 years, American presidents have talked about the unshakable alliance of the nations of the free world tackling the world's problems, as well as promoting our own peace and prosperity.
That's been a uniquely successful period for - across the Atlantic, really, for the United States, as well as for European countries. And so I think it's sending shock waves across Europe to have successive, not just rhetoric but also actions that were in the midst of trade hostilities, if not a trade war. Let's pivot to Britain. President Trump and Prime Minister May came to power around the same time.
They were both known for hard-line stances on immigration. What is the relationship between these two now?
Well, I think that the personal relationship is perfectly good. I don't think that's the issue. President Trump said over the weekend that the U.
And today, we are coming to terms with the conclusions of the negotiations, and they're not matching up to the land of milk and honey that was promised by those who were promoting Brexit. And that's the essence of the turmoil that Mrs.
May is trying to deal with. What does she want, and what is on line for Britain there?
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Well, here's the ultimate irony of those who are arguing for Brexit. The European Union accounts for about half of Britain's exports - the U.
And it's been held out by the Brexiteers that the United States might offer an alternative source of trading relationship to the European Union.