US presidential candidate Mitt Romney is meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron today. They represent right-wing parties that were once close but have since drifted apart.
The Republican presidential candidate spoke before the meeting of his belief in the “special relationship” between the United States and Britain. But he will also be seeking to re-establish the close bond that once existed between the US Republicans and the United Kingdom's Conservative party, which Cameron leads.
This isn't Romney's first exchange with the British prime minister. The two talked during a visit made by Romney to London in 2011. But Cameron clearly has an affinity with President Barack Obama that Romney will be eager to emulate. During a visit to the US in March, Cameron spoke of Obama’s “moral authority,” describing him as “an ally, a partner, a friend.”
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