UK News Joe Biden 'will welcome Boris Johnson to the White House next week'
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will welcome to the White House next week as the US and UK look to repair the Special Relationship after the crisis, it was claimed today.
There has been mounting speculation that Mr Johnson will travel to Washington DC after he addresses theGeneral Assembly in New York.
The visit to the White House is yet to be confirmed but there is a growing expectation that it will take place.
Officials in London and Washington will be hoping to use the meeting to repair any lingering tensions over the manner of the US withdrawal from Kabul.
point of view. "Biden: a portrait cracked by the Afghan disaster"
© AFP During a speech on August 25, Joe Biden confirmed the withdrawal of American troops as of August 31. "During the presidential election, Biden depicted like everything Trump was not." But according to Marie-Christine Bonzom, a political scientist of the United States, former journalist in Voice of America and the BBC, "This portrait is now cracked". Disastrous management of the withdrawal of Afghanistan has not finished haunting Joe Biden.
Mr Johnson had asked Mr Biden to delay the US exit in order to provide more time for humanitarian airlifts.
Video: Nancy pelosi at Downing Street to meet with Boris Johnson (Daily Mail)
But Mr Biden stuck to his hard deadline of August 31 as all remaining US forces left the country.
The fact that the UK's request was dismissed prompted some MPs to question whether British foreign policy was at a 'crossroads' after decades of being interwoven with that of the US.
Mr Johnson met Mr Biden in person for the first time at the G7 summit in Cornwall in June this year.
He appeared virtually at the White House on Wednesday this week during the unveiling of a new defence pact between the UK, US and Australia which will see the latter provided with nuclear-powered submarines.
Biden and world leaders try to hammer out next steps on climate
Friday’s session opened with the US president announcing a new US-European pledge to cut climate-wrecking methane leaks. © Evan Vucci President Joe Biden delivers remarks to the Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate (Evan Vucci/AP) Ever-grimmer findings from scientists this year that the world is nearing the point where the level of climate damage from burning oil, gas and coal becomes catastrophic and irreversible “represent a code red for humanity”, Mr Biden said at the session’s outset.
Mr Biden said during that briefing that he 'looked forward to seeing you in person, very soon I hope'.
Mr Johnson could be one of a number of world leaders visiting the White House next week as nations try to arrange trips to coincide with the UNGA summit, according to The Telegraph.
Number 10 has not yet confirmed whether Mr Johnson will meet with Mr Biden next week.
The Prime Minister's Official Spokesman said yesterday: 'I've seen some speculation on that, but there are no confirmed plans.'
What would Churchill have done? Boris Johnson's US trip was a bit of a curate's egg .
The prime minister was all smiles as he padded down the Amtrak train to debrief journalists on his way back to New York from his whirlwind 24 hours in Washington DC on Wednesday. © Associated Press Boris Johnsn admires a bust of Sir Winston Churchill in the US Capitol building Pic: AP Clearly delighted to be invited to the Oval Office for 90 minutes face time with President Biden, Boris Johnson told the gathered press pack that this trip had "already exceeded expectations".