United States’ (US) Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump has back tracked and changed his tune about his future ties with Britain’s David Cameron.
Trump had said Cameron was inappropriate and had lot of problems. But now he says if he becomes the US President, he expects him and Cameron to have a good relationship.
Cameron criticised Trump in the British parliament over his call for a ban on Muslims, calling him divisive, stupid and wrong.
“Well I think he was– I think he was inappropriate. I think he was totally inappropriate. He’s got plenty of problems, and I think he was inappropriate. So that’s fine. This is fine. I’m sure I’ll have a good relationship with him. I have no preference in terms of timing,” says Trump.
The Republican presidential candidate has also indicated that he was willing to talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to try to stop Pyongyang’s nuclear program.
“I would speak to him, I would have no problem speaking to him. At the same time I would put a lot of pressure on China because economically we have tremendous power over China.”
However, Trump declined to share details of his plans to deal with North Korea.
Trump sounded confident of victory and becoming the next US President.
“If I don’t win I will consider it a waste of time and energy,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Democrats presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders said in Kentucky that he has no intention of withdrawing from the Presidential race.
“And by the way, I should tell you, that there are a lot of people out there, many of the pundits and politicians, they say ‘Bernie Sanders should drop out, the people of California should not have the right to determine who the next president will be’. Well, let me be as clear as I can be, I agree with you. We are in till the last ballot is cast,” says Sanders.
Other Democrats presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton narrowly defeated Sanders in Kentucky, a state where she was not expected to win.