Johnson had claimed Melton Mowbray pies sold in Iceland and Thailand but not in US, when giving example of US trade restriction
Boris Johnson has been accused of making up a claim about exports of an iconic British product in order to justify his sycophancy toward Donald Trump.
Johnson claimed that Melton Mowbray Pork pies are exported to Iceland and Thailand but not to the US, in an attempt to justify his eagerness to pursue a trade deal with the predatory US president – but Melton Mowbray Pork Pie Association boss Matthew O’Callaghan told Radio 4 that Johnson’s claim was untrue and the pies are not exported to either country:
Labour activist @scousegirlmedia summed up:
Johnson’s ‘porkies’ are frequent, even routine – even if they don’t normally concern literal pork.
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