|Mitt Romney meets with British Prime Minister David Cameron|
On Wednesday, he attended a fundraiser on his behalf.
Mitt Romney told reporters outside a lavish town house in the heart of the upscale Mayfair neighborhood on Wednesday evening that he was “meeting a few friends” while in London. The invitation from his campaign to attend an evening reception, on a street where a house was listed recently for $26 million, was more candid: “Suggested contribution to Romney for President: $2,500 per person.”
The event’s co-chairmen and co-chairwomen included the hedge fund billionaire Louis Bacon, the New York Jets owner Woody Johnson and two dozen others, mostly drawn from London’s still-booming financial sector. The perfectly coiffed guests were deposited by a series of sleek limousines.Romney also had a chance to meet with Tony Blair and other officials on Wednesday.
He met Wednesday with former Prime Minister Tony Blair and his wife, Cherie, as well as Britain’s minister of defense, Liam Fox, with whom, he said, he discussed “global affairs.”Thursday looked busy as well:
A British government official who requested anonymity to discuss a private meeting said Mr. Romney would also be meeting with Britain’s national security adviser, Peter Ricketts, and other officials Thursday afternoon. Prime Minister David Cameron “might stop by,” the official said, though there were no concrete plans for the two men to meet.Well we know today, that Romney did meet and have sit down time with Prime Minister Cameron.
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