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Britain is in turmoil as the Brexit deadline approaches.This intervention by the young American, dubbed "Fredo" by Trump campaign colleagues for frequently displaying a deficit of business acumen and political skill, gives new meaning to the "special relationship" between the United States and Britain.If it is a joke, the Trump administration keeps telling it. This week alone, the president and his advisers pulled off a belligerence trifecta, picking fights not just with Britain but also with stalwart allies France and Germany.While lawmakers soothe, the president keeps antagonizing.Guardian journalist Peter Walker noted that Trump Jr.'s conspiracy theorist "code words" -- "global power brokers," "deep-state operatives" -- belonged in "Infowars rather than a U.K. newspaper". British businessman Justin King, on CNBC, raised doubts about Trump Jr.'s "capacity" and said receiving a lecture on governance from this president is "a laugh-out-loud moment". On this, at least, Trump Jr. can offer expert advice: how to be ridiculous.
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