British PM Cameron Says ‘Happy to Meet Trump’

ISE-SHIMA, Japan (Reuters) -
British Prime Minister David Cameron walks as he arrives at a family photo with other world leaders during the last day of the Group of Seven (G7) summit meetings in Ise Shima, Japan May 27, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
British Prime Minister David Cameron is seen during the last day of the G7 summit meetings in Ise Shima, Japan, Friday. (Reuters/Carlos Barria)

British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday that no dates had been fixed for a potential visit by Donald Trump to Britain but that he would be happy to meet the presumptive Republican presidential nominee if he did visit.

“Often these candidates choose to come through various European countries in the run-up to the U.S. elections. I don’t know whether that will happen. No dates are fixed but I am always happy to meet people on that basis,” Cameron told reporters at the G7.

“On Donald Trump, look I would congratulate anybody who can get through those marathon processes for leading one of the two great political parties in the United States of America – it is an extraordinary marathon,” Cameron said.