In a land of Great Britain, and a time of Brexit, the destiny of the great kingdom rests on the shoulders of an old boy. His name is Boris Johnson.
Brexit without a deal or a deal without brexit, it is now up to Boris Johnson, the new Prime Minister of UK.
Boris Johnson, Britain’s incoming prime minister, had once said his chances of becoming the country’s leader were “about as good as the chances of finding Elvis on Mars, or my being reincarnated as an olive.”
Boris Johnson has won the contest to replace Theresa May as leader of Britain’s Conservative Party and U.K. Prime Minister, party officials announced Tuesday morning.
He beat his rival, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, winning 66.4% of votes cast by members of the ruling Conservative Party.
Johnson will be formally sworn in as Britain’s 77th Prime Minister on Wednesday, after May travels to Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen.
His number one priority at 10 Downing Street will be successfully carrying out Britain’s divorce from the European Union and managing the aftermath of Brexit.
His number two job will be to find a way forward amid the rising tension with Iran. And Trump media time will definitely reduce as a BJ’s show just debuted.