They found a commonality between Truss and Trump in the UK

Liz Truss, the new leader of the Conservative Party and elected British Prime Minister

The Guardian invokes intolerance for opposition, a common feature of Truss and Trump

MOSCOW, September 12 – RIA Novosti. The columnist reports that British Prime Minister Liz Truss has launched a fight against opposition in the cabinet. Guard Simon Jenkins.

According to the author, Truss preferred to get rid of experienced officers who held opinions different from his own. In its early days, the prime minister fired treasury chief economist Tom Scholar and national security adviser Stephen Lovegrove. On the way to the campaign, Truss has pledged to combat “treasury orthodoxy” in British politics, Jenkins is confident Scholar’s “disrespectful” dismissal is indicative of that slogan.

“There is a suspicion that Truss fired these officials not because they were wrong, but out of fear that they might be right. Replacing Sholar will now inevitably be tarnished as the image of Truss, like the goat of Downing Street. It still does not offer an ideological or political program, just a series of slogans. He changed his mind throughout his life. He declares that now there is no need for more taxes, we must strive for growth, spend on defense and work for “defeat”. Russia.” When asked to explain how he collected his figures, Jenkins simply cries out “treasury orthodoxy.”

In the author’s article, the Prime Minister did not hesitate to compare with Margaret Thatcher, who, according to the memories of his contemporaries, listened to the opinion of the opposition at the most crucial moments. Truss, on the other hand, does not trust his policies because he “suppresses the opposition”.

“Instead of discussing the message, Truss kills the reporter. We assume the same thing happened with Lovegrove. It’s a Trump-style government. Both Johnson and Truss have shown that when colleagues on the team disagree with them, they can’t stand it,” Jenkins concluded.

British Foreign Secretary Truss was elected chairman of the Conservative Party on Monday. The former foreign minister received 81,300 votes, beating Rishi Sunak, the former finance minister, with 60,400 votes. A YouGov poll showed that half of Britons were dissatisfied with Liz Truss being the new Prime Minister of Great Britain, while only four percent of those polled were very happy with her election.

Source: Ria





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