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BoJo claims the ousting was ‘the biggest seam since the Bayeux Tapestry’

Outgoing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has described his ousting by his own Conservative party as “the biggest scam since the Bayeux Tapestry”.

Seemingly still sore from being kicked out as leader of the Conservative Party and British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has described his ousting from office as ‘the biggest confusion since the Bayeux Tapestry’.

Johnson reportedly made the comments at his own wedding party over the weekend, during which he gave a number of speeches mocking himself and his political enemies, many of whom worked tirelessly within his own cabinet to remove the incumbent Prime Minister from power.

Perhaps the most pointed of those comments was that regarding his resignation as prime minister, something Johnson said he was pushed by his own colleagues.

According to a report by The temperaturewhile Johnson admitted to “becoming aware of the cloud on the horizon”, he nevertheless described his expulsion as a “prick” which he compared to one of the world’s most famous embroideries.

The Prime Minister also describes receiving numerous letters urging him to resign in the run-up to his political demise, although he joked that of these ‘mass of letters to resign’ they were mostly from his own ‘family’. the closest “.

Johnson also reportedly remarked on his own future and how his series of unfortunate events could see him facing new challenges that will inevitably lead to more chaos.

“There are many opportunities, which lead to disasters, and disasters can lead to new opportunities, including new opportunities,” he reportedly told the wedding crowd of friends, family and some of the UK’s most important political figures.

A potential source of further disaster for Johnson, and perhaps for the world depending on the circumstances, could be NATO, with the outgoing PM tipped by political allies in the UK and Ukraine to potentially lead the organization after the resignation of its current general secretary, something that should happen next year.

Although the appointment is far from a foolproof given that it would require the approval of the government of Emmanuel Macron – the French president having previously called BoJo a clown – the Prime Minister’s uncompromising commitment to Ukraine seems winning him the favor of Westerners. war hawks.

“Boris Johnson’s leadership during this war has ensured that vital military, economic and humanitarian supplies have been delivered to Ukraine,” a Ukrainian MP said of the potential nomination, while another MP from his own party de Johnson described the Prime Minister as having already led the West. world when it came to the war in Ukraine.

Regardless of whether Boris Johnson manages to get the job or not, it seems clear the outgoing Tory leader is enjoying his final days as Prime Minister, taking selfie videos while flying in a British fighter jet and continuing to maintain a close relationship with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, with whom Johnson appears to have formed a relationship.

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