British-Irish Council members have expressed their thoughts on the U.S. election, saying that on key topics, the world urgently needs American leadership.
The leaders were also questioned about their views on the U.S. election as votes in many crucial disputed states are still being counted.
“desperately needs”desperately needs”I’m not sure anyone would be greatly surprised to hear my preference on how the final votes will turn out.”I’m not sure anyone would be greatly surprised to hear my choice on how the final votes would turn out.
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Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford said, “We desperately need the United States to show global leadership on the climate emergency, on dealing with the virus, and on issues of inequality and trade and stability.”
Ms. Foster said, “It is very important that we do not interfere with the democratic wishes of other people. We look forward to the U.S. presidential election outcome.”
Mr Martin said that the Irish diaspora was deeply active “on both sides of the aisle” in the election.
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“Suffice it to say, Ireland and the United States have a very strong and enduring partnership and relationship that we value very highly.”It is enough to say that Ireland and the United States have a very strong and lasting partnership and relationship that we greatly value.
Mr. Gove said, “Whoever is American president, it is important that we work well with them and I wish both candidates well.”