British Prime Minister’s candidate, John Pienaar, asked Liz Truss, director of the electoral event in Birmingham on Tuesday evening, how she would feel if she had to make a decision on nuclear proliferation and whether “global genocide” was real. Pienaar said he would feel “physically ill” if he was forced to do so, but Truss seemed unsentimental when asked how he felt in the situation.
This means global extermination. I wouldn’t ask if he would press a button, he would say yes, but I would feel physically ill when faced with this task. How does this idea make you feel?
I think this is an important duty of the Prime Minister and I am ready to do it
Truss answered firmly, then affirmed:
I’m ready for that.
As we reported, from September is expected Liz Truss will be the leader of the Conservative Party governing Great Britain and the next British Prime Minister. With Rishi Sunak confrontation A hard-line foreign policy is also expected from Truss strongly opposed to it Another referendum on Scottish independence.
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