NEW US President Joe Biden phoned Boris Johnson last night in a clear sign the two countries’ “special relationship” is as strong as ever.
Mr Johnson told Mr Biden that his election was a “moment of hope” in a dark time for the whole world.
The PM enthusiastically welcomed the “fantastic initial announcements” from the Biden administration.
And he added: “I look forward to deepening the alliance between our two countries as we drive a green and sustainable recovery from Covid.”
Mr Biden earlier apologised to National Guard soldiers who had to sleep in a car park after his inauguration.
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President Biden called the National Guard chief to apologise.
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