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The Queen and Barack Obama should team up to sue Donald Trump for libel, George W Bush’s ethics lawyer says

The previous boss morals guidance to President George W Bush has proposed the Queen match up with previous President Barack Obama to sue Donald Trump over his "hostile" claims that they wiretapped him.

"Obama could now have a co-offended party in a slander suit against Trump," tweeted Richard Painter, one of the attorneys behind a case which asserts the President has irreconcilable circumstances with his business realm. "On the off chance that lone they were ready."

The present US President held solid that both sides subjected him to unlawful reconnaissance at Trump Tower before the decision, notwithstanding FBI Director James Comey proclaiming this week prior to the House Intelligence Committee that he had no confirmation to demonstrate it.

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GCHQ in the UK and Mr Obama's representative additionally denied requesting the now President to be put under observation. The Royal Communications office declined to remark to The Independent.

In spite of profoundly stringent criticism laws in the UK, it would be impossible for the leader of state's office to dispatch a claim against the new President.

Mr Trump is planned to visit the Queen in October at Buckingham Palace. It was orchestrated June however it was postponed taking after challenges in the UK against Mr Trump's disputable strategies.

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Head administrator Theresa May went by Mr Trump in Washington DC in January, the main outside pioneer to visit such, guarantee US-UK exchange arrangements would proceed after Brexit.

The supposedly slanderous affirmations against Mr Trump's ancestor and the head of state in the UK, as Mr Painter depicted them, have a touch of incongruity given that Mr Trump guaranteed Americans he would "open up our criticism laws" to assault flexibility of the press.