The Queen will not get a word in edgeways when she meets Donald Trump, according to the former FBI director who was fired by the US President.
James Comey suggested the monarch should not bother to extensively prepare topics for conversation for her meeting with Mr Trump because he “talks constantly” and will make it difficult for her to intervene.
Mr Comey said conversations with the US President move from “thing to thing to thing” but always revolve around one central theme: Him.
Mr Comey also said he hoped Mr Trump will be “afforded the welcome that’s appropriate for the American President” when he comes to the UK for a working visit on July 13.
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