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Meyer’s Oar

Sir Christopher Meyer pompously sticks his oar in (yet again)

 

Sir Christopher Meyer, a pompous man who rather enjoys the sound of his own dulcet tones a little too much, penned a column for this week’s Mail on Sunday in which he endorsed Hillary Clinton’s campaign to become President of the United States of America.

 

Naturally, Meyer mentioned his “Chanel-clad” wife and bragged that the pair of them had declined Donald Trump’s hospitality. A man happy to jump on any bandwagon and one half of a beady eyed duo who rather like freebies from Ralph Lauren and elsewhere, Meyer remarked:

“We never met Trump. But we had a narrow escape. We once attended a charity dinner in Florida, where he was one of the sponsors. A number of other ambassadors were also there. At Trump’s invitation, they had hitched a ride from Washington on his private jet. We, thank goodness, were travelling under our own steam”.

 

“On the journey back, Trump suddenly changed course and flew to a tiny airport in New Jersey, where the ambassadors were unceremoniously dumped. That tells you a lot about Trump the man and Trump the politician, none of it complimentary”.

 

So there!

 

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