On Sunday, President Donald Trump blasted Britain's ambassador to Washington and said he was not a "big fan" for reports of leaked notes, where the diplomat was named Trump and his administration "dysfunctional" and "inappropriate" . "
"The embassy has not served the UK well, I can tell you that," Trump told reporters in New Jersey.
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"We are not big fans of that man and he has not earned the British good."
According to the Daily Mail, Ambassador Kim Darroch had many negative things to say about Trump and his helpers in a number of secret diplomatic cables covering 2017 present.  "We do not really believe that this administration will be significantly more normal; less dysfunctional; less unpredictable; smaller faction less diplomatically clumsy and incomplete," Darroch wrote at some point, according to the British news agency.
The telegraph, a British newspaper reported that Trump aides has urged Darroch to be fired since the leak.
A spokesman for the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office did not specifically discuss the secret cables or the name Darroch, a veteran diplomat serving in his current post since 2016, but effectively defended the comments reported by Mail.
"The British public would expect our ambassadors to provide ministers with an honest, unclear assessment of their country's policies," the spokesman said in a statement. "Their views are not necessarily the ministers or the government's views. But we pay them to be honest. Just as the US ambassador here will send his reading of Westminster politics and personalities back."
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs later said it would launch a formula examination of the leak.