UK Closely Watching American Election Results | Ayman Mohyeldin | MSNBC

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The outcome of the U.S. presidential election will affect foreign policy and global trade for years to come. Foreign Correspondent Sarah Harman breaks down how the election results could impact the United Kingdom. Aired on 10/27/2020.
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UK Closely Watching American Election Results | Ayman Mohyeldin | MSNBC

68 Comments on "UK Closely Watching American Election Results | Ayman Mohyeldin | MSNBC"

  1. apparently Brits are smarter than Americans as Americans can only seem to get to 52% for Biden.

  2. U.K. we are with you. Joe is with you

  3. ‘UK closely watching American election results’ translates to…

    ‘UK can’t wait for Donald Trump to leave the White House next year.’

  4. Joe Biden will be a true President of the people, instead of a Russian asset for Putin.

  5. We feel you U.K. We won’t let you down. Biden/Harris.

  6. Very Smart Britians.

  7. Nicola Coppola | October 27, 2020 at 6:39 PM | Reply

    It shows that Brits are more linked to reality than Americans where there are 40% of the population which according to poll do not turn on their brains..

  8. Catherine Hendrickson | October 27, 2020 at 6:39 PM | Reply

    Dealing with President Biden, Telling Trump . Re: Bidens May 1,2011 Bin Laden is dead. Trump 60 minutes now 37 minutes because the reporter is mean to me.

  9. Is it just me. When Trump nods his head I hear a rattling noise

  10. Meanwhile, Trump is way ahead in the polls in Moscow. 😄

  11. Hayden Brouhaha | October 27, 2020 at 6:41 PM | Reply

    We’re watching closely in Canada too. Please, Americans, do the right thing! We don’t want to have to build a wall on our southern border.

    • Dorothy Graney | October 27, 2020 at 8:45 PM | Reply

      @Hayden Brouhaha I was born and raised in Chicago (Black Hawks!), so I love hockey!
      I lived my married life in Idaho (25 yrs).
      Experienced lots of snow in both places!
      Thank you, dear friend!

    • @Hayden Brouhaha Without Trump there would be no peace deals happening in the middle east and you would still be appeasing Iran waiting for the other shoe to drop. How has he insulted allies in Europe? By demanding fair trade deals for once? By demanding you meat their promised obligations to NATO? Anytime we don’t let a country take advantage of us we are some how the badies.

    • Hayden Brouhaha | October 27, 2020 at 8:57 PM | Reply

      @Otakun The vegan If Trump steals the election, Canada should make a strategic alliance with the EU and Japan–economic, political, and military, an alliance that should deliberately exclude the US. The US can create new pacts with N Korea, Turkey, Brazil, and other nations led by dictators and human rights violators.

    • @Hayden Brouhaha … We are making new allies/closer ties with India, Japan, Taiwan, Australia etc. These new alliances are forming to stand up the the real threat in the world China. If you see us as your enemy then you have a problem with your world view.

    • Hayden Brouhaha | October 27, 2020 at 9:08 PM | Reply

      @MGMCB2012able Your two faced liar and conman of a President does not actually have any intent to stand up to China, or he would have already. In fact, Canada has been standing up to China for several years now on the diplomatic front and has received no support at all from the US. Canada arrested Meng Wanzhou of Huawei to extradite her to the US; Canadian citizens have been arrested in China as a result. The US has said nothing in their defense. Canada has defended the Hong Kong democracy protesters being arrested for their demand that China respect Hong Kong’s sovereignty, offering them safe haven in Canada. The Chinese have threatened the safety of Canadian citizens in Hong Kong as a result. Canada has called China’s repression of the Uighur minority genocide. Where is Trump? He has been silent. Again, you are just ignorantly spouting nonsense. Trump does not stand up to China or oppose China. He has business interests there. It’s all a facade. If Trump actually opposed China, he would have worked with Canada on the matter. Instead, he insults Canadians by referring to us as a security threat. Please explain that to me. Why don’t you try to see things objectively instead of as a Trump lemming.

  12. Boris definitely support Biden.. Go Vote! Vote Biden! 💙🇺🇸

  13. Let’s be honest. For all the bluster and promises, t’rump has made the US a laughing stock, the subject of pity, and weak in the eyes of both allies and adversaries. Russia, China, N Korea, Saudi Arabia all know they can play t’rump like a fiddle because he is so transactional, short-sighted, and just plain incompetent.
    And how is t’rump gonna stand up to those countries when he can’t even handle 60 Minutes? 😅😂

  14. Bunker Boy for cuffs | October 27, 2020 at 6:45 PM | Reply

    Trump is going too LOSE.

    What do you think?🤔

  15. 13% support for Donald Trump in the UK is still too high. Having said that, Boris clearly recognises the revulsion within that 61%. The chance of Boris openly supporting a Trump coup are negligible. It would be the last thing he did before a forced resignation.

  16. Vote for Joe 🙂

  17. フィリップスCrosshant | October 27, 2020 at 6:51 PM | Reply

    When other countries voted and poll against your incumbent president

  18. Doug Schaufele | October 27, 2020 at 7:01 PM | Reply

    Trump can now add failed presidency to his failed casinos, marriages, airlines, football team!

  19. 86% of Canadians want Biden to win.

  20. Canada and England, we are doing everything we can to rid everyone of the biggest problem this country or the world as ever had. And he goes by the name TRUMPY.

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