Boris as PM would be Bri­tain’s Trump

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It’s fright­en­ing that at a time when Bri­tain needs a steady hand to guide it through the murky wa­ters of Brexit, a pi­rate called Boris John­son is plan­ning to take the helm.

There can be no ques­tion he was the worst For­eign Sec­re­tary in re­cent his­tory and his Brexit lies about the NHS have been laid bare. He re­cently com­pared Mus­lim women wear­ing burkas to let­ter boxes and now he likens the PM’s Brexit plans to a sui­cide bomber.

We have also heard about his treach­er­ous pri­vate life, be­tray­ing his long-suf­fer­ing wife. If John­son ever be­comes PM we will be head­ing for Davy Jones’ locker! Time the Tories made him walk the plank as he is un­fit to be an MP, let alone a PM.

Bill Cook, Teign­mouth, Devon

Boris John­son has sunk to the pol­i­tics of the gut­ter with his lat­est out­burst. Not con­tent to have low morals in his pri­vate life, he has now launched an at­tack on Theresa May us­ing lan­guage more as­so­ci­ated with dem­a­gogues. It seems there is no depth this vain and ig­no­rant man will not sink to in his quest to be­come Prime Min­is­ter of this coun­try. If he gen­uinely had the needs and in­ter­ests of the coun­try at heart and not his own per­sonal agenda he would shut up and work with the Gov­ern­ment to get a good deal on Brexit.

Mary Pester Sal­tash, Corn­wall

A new day and Boris John­son plunges to a new low. As a Lon­doner I’m only sur­prised it has taken the rest of the coun­try so long to dis­cover the truth of who he re­ally is.

His legacy as Mayor of London was to com­mit £37mil­lion of tax­payer’s money to sup­port a white ele­phant Gar­den Bridge project.

And he wants to be Prime Min­is­ter?

JR Wil­liams, East London

In Satur­day’s pa­per, Ja­son Beat­tie asked if a se­rial wom­an­iser and cheat could be trusted to keep his po­lit­i­cal prom­ises?

But in my view, Boris is un­trust­wor­thy, not be­cause of his pri­vate life, but be­cause as a Tory politi­cian he be­lieves he was born to rule.

The Tories have al­ways lied to the work­ing class vot­ers who never seem to learn.

This is the worst Gov­ern­ment this coun­try has ever known and the Tories will prob­a­bly be re-elected on an­other bed of lies. God help us.

Alan Mercer, Lancs

I have to ask, is Boris the Etone­d­u­cated ver­sion of Amer­i­can Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump?

Af­ter all, it ap­pears they have strik­ing sim­i­lar­i­ties. Both con­stantly spout rub­bish and are dogged by al­le­ga­tions of in­fi­delity while be­ing to­tally in love with

them­selves.

Noel Beres­ford Ch­ester­field, Der­bys

Like Pres­i­dent Trump, Boris John­son rep­re­sents toxic pol­i­tics, but if Trump can be Pres­i­dent any­thing can hap­pen, un­for­tu­nately. I wouldn’t be sur­prised if Boris was the next Prime Min­is­ter.

Kim Davies Llan­fair­fechan Conwy

So, Boris John­son’s wife, Ma­rina, is re­port­edly di­vorc­ing him af­ter he al­legedly had an af­fair with a par­lia­men­tary aide. I won­der whether that will be a hard or soft exit?

Paul Burgess Liver­pool

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