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Von der Leyen Doesn't Reveal Who She Prefers To Be The Next Prime Minister

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Von der Leyen Doesn't Reveal Who She Prefers To Be The Next Prime Minister

Von der Leyen Doesn't Reveal Who She Prefers To Be The Next Prime Minister

Elected Eurpoean Commission President Ursula von de Leyen spoke out after being elected.

Leyen said she would work in “a constructive way” with any new British prime minister.

According to Reuters, the next head of the European Union’s executive was narrowly confirmed.

Leyen was asked who she would rather see as the new British leader.

She declined to comment whether she preferred Boris Johnson or foreign minister Jeremy Hunt.

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