Leaked US ambassador’s summary of UK government mainly just laughing emojis

Theresa May surrounded by laughing emojis
Wilson Belshaw

A recent leak revealed that the UK ambassador to the US thinks Donald Trump is a blundering, incompetent dunce. In other words, he thinks what everyone – who isn’t a prominent Tory – already thinks.

But what does the US ambassador to the UK think of our leadership? A fresh leak has revealed exactly that.

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The leaks cover a period from 2017 until just yesterday. One of the earlier ones sees the ambassador Hoagie Skunktwerks saying:

It’s difficult to explain how badly this general election is going for Theresa May. A friend described it to me as a drunk ballet dancer trying to pirouette on an oil slick. That’s close, but you also need to imagine the oil being on fire.

The post-election communique read:

😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

A later message said:

Jumping Jesus, she’s made Boris Johnson the foreign secretary! At least I think she made the decision. It’s not clear who’s actually in charge. Oh – and if you don’t know who Johnson is – imagine if an idiot and a scarecrow had a baby, and it was raised by an aristocratic polar bear.

The most recent one said:

Theresa May just resigned? Didn’t she resign months ago? It’s difficult to keep up with these people. She’s certainly not done much leading in a while. But anyway – now the leadership contest begins. They’re going to be queuing up to kiss our asses; I’m going to go get my mine waxed and bleached in preparation!

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As idiotic as Trump is, the UK isn’t doing much better. It’s barely even doing the same. It might even be doing worse.

And let’s face it – if there’s one man who can out-incompetent Trump, it’s Boris Johnson.

Featured image via Annika Haas – Wikimedia

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