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Trump upgrades "incompetence "Insulting quarrel, saying that he no longer "does" with the British ambassador. CNN published a comment saying that it was Trump who undermined the special relationship between the United States and Britain, not the telegrams. Trump can make a lot of public abuse, but he cannot accept criticism.
Article suggestion, TrumpPresident, don’t kill the messenger, the British ambassador is just doing his job.
The original article reads:
The leak of the secret telegram of the British ambassador to the United States Dallock has made people realize again how the diplomats representing the United States’ closest allies view Trump of. This leak may further complicate the increasingly tense relationship between Trump and the United Kingdom, and may affect diplomatic contacts with the United States on a larger scale.
In the telegram leaked to the Daily Mail, Darlock wrote what most of Trump’s colleagues might be thinking: Trump is "unreliable" and "incompetent" , "Incompetent", his career may "end in shame."
These assessments do not require security clearance. Trump’s "unreliable" and "incompetent" have been fully demonstrated on his Twitter. But Darok is in a safe space and sent a confidential telegram to Trump. These assessments are made.
Trump has disclosed a lot of his personal information. He has publicly provided his evaluation of various people. He does not have much reservations, including government officials. Contempt for nicknames. It’s hard to say that Trump’s public personality assessment has any purpose other than exposing his confidence or comforting his self-esteem, otherwise he will keep them secret.
Other leadersPeople rely on confidential internal assessments of colleagues conducted by professionals to guide their policies. This is a curse on Trump because he relies on his feelings about foreign leaders, not on the evaluation of his own domestic team.
The confidentiality of this internal communication method is to prevent the moment we are experiencing now. Diplomats need privacy to communicate so that their foreign counterparts, including their foreign host, will not be embarrassed by them, nor will they be leaked confidential analysis information, thereby unnecessarily harming diplomatic relations.
U.S. diplomats follow the same operating principles when conducting private analysis of foreign leaders. Manning published more than 700,000 diplomatic cables, showing the world the dangers of leaking classified cables. These leaks severely damaged important U.S. relations overseas, including a cable from a U.S. ambassador who shared his criticism of the Mexican security forces.. The ambassador resigned after the news was disclosed.
Under Trump’s leadership, the "special relationship" between the United States and Britain has always been in Under pressure, especially when he interfered in British politics and criticized Britain. Now, we have further learned that the ambassador said that he thought Trump might want to thank the "cunning Russian." There is even more reason to believe that the UK is treating Trump carefully andKeep a safe distance from a leader who may "crash and burn".
Logically, if Darok’s superiors and the prime minister believe his analysis, they are unlikely to have extensive and in-depth contact with Trump as they did with his predecessor. They worry Trump may be influenced by Russia on the one hand, and may suffer humiliation and downfall on the other. Although Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom laid the red carpet for Trump during his recent visit to the UK, if the British government agrees with Darroque’s assessment more widely, it may indicate that it is due to British officials’ evaluation of the US leadership Very badly, the British government will reduce its close cooperation with the Trump administration.
This will have a serious impact on key policy issues such as Iran. According to reports, Darok questioned Trump's reasons for canceling the attack on Iran, which may indicate that people are more distrustful of Trump's remarks on strategic security issues.
Trump can make a lot of public abuse, but he cannot accept criticism. Trump has complained about leaks within our government, so he should understand how difficult these leaks have caused his British colleagues. But it is likely that his reaction to these leaks was not to lament the security breach, but to criticize Darok.
But he shouldn't kill the messenger. Darok is just doing his job and sharing the results of the analysis with his government to help develop a way to deal with Trump. Trump may not let this opportunity pass and slander Darok. It was Trump who destroyed the special relationship between the United States and Britain, not these telegrams.