BY CHRIS ENLOE
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson refused to bash the United States on Sunday when asked if he is “worried” about a decline of democracy in America.
Speaking with CNN anchor Jake Tapper on “State of the Union,” Tapper claimed his international friends are voicing concern that American democracy is eroding. Johnson promptly dismissed such concerns.
“When I talk to friends in Canada, the U.K., Australia, and elsewhere, people express concern about the United States— in terms of our ability and our institutions to thrive and continue after what happened with the election of 2020,” Tapper began. “They’re worried that democracy is on life support in the United States.”
“Are you worried at all?” Tapper asked.