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Boris Johnson has mentioned the world was safer and extra secure when Donald Trump was within the White House.

Britain’s former Prime Minister mentioned wanting again at Trump’s final time period in workplace there was little doubt the world felt safer, calmer and extra secure.

He informed The Sun: “Right now much of the world is craving the stability that goes with strong and decisive American leadership.”

Mr Johnson has beforehand used his Daily Mail column to endorse the previous President, who continues to say the 2020 election was stolen from him, faces a number of prison fees and instructed he could be keen to let Vladimir Putin assault NATO nations.

His endorsement contrasts with that of Liz Truss who informed a right-wing convention within the US that the world wants a Republican again within the White House, however stopped wanting instantly endorsing Mr Trump.

In a speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference (Cpac) close to Washington DC, the previous Prime Minister mentioned conservatives being in energy was the one option to “save the West” from opponents similar to Russia, Iran and China.

Ms Truss mentioned: “Of course we need a Republican back in the White House. By the way, it isn’t just America that needs it desperately, we need it desperately right across the free world, because you are the leaders of the free world, like it or not.”

She added: “We need Republicans who are prepared to fight. We need Republicans who aren’t going to cave in to the establishment.

“We want Republicans who’re ready to tackle these tough duties even when it is unpopular, even when they’re criticised, even when they do not get invited to any dinner events.”

But unlike Mr Johnson, Ms Truss stopped short of endorsing Republican front-runner and CPAC favourite Trump by name.

In her 15-minute address to CPAC, Ms Truss also took aim at “Chinos” – conservatives in name only – saying: “It’s individuals who suppose ‘I wish to be common, I do not wish to upset folks, I do not wish to appear like a imply particular person, I wish to attend good dinner events in London or Washington DC, I would like my mates to love me, I do not wish to trigger bother’.

“What those people are doing is they are compromising, and they are triangulating, and they are losing the argument.”

Ms Truss additionally repeated arguments she has made beforehand, claiming an “administrative state” and left-wing pursuits had undermined her insurance policies in Downing Street.

She mentioned: “Conservatives are now operating in what is now a hostile environment and we essentially need a bigger bazooka.”

Mr Trump and Reform UK founder Nigel Farage are resulting from tackle Cpac on Friday (February 23).