Lib Dem leader said leaders should be ‘very careful’ about relationship with US president, ahead of his arrival for Nato
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Asked about his decision to stand down Brexit party candidates in Tory-held constituencies, he says he did not want to take the risk of a hung parliament and putting “that Swinson girl” anywhere near power.