British diplomat tells the truth about Trump: “inept,” incompetent” . . .”dysfunctional”

Britain’s man in the the US says Trump is ‘inept’: Leaked secret cables from ambassador say the President is ‘uniquely dysfunctional and his career could end in disgrace’

*EXCLUSIVE: Sir Kim Darroch used secret cables to impugn Trump’s character
*Top diplomat warned London President Trump’s career could end in ‘disgrace’
*Bombshell comments risk angering the notoriously thin-skinned US President
*He describes bitter conflicts in White House as ‘knife fights’, sources confirmed
*And claims President’s economic policies could wreck the world trade system
*Says Presidency could ‘crash and burn’, ‘we could be at start of downward spiral’

Britain’s Ambassador to Washington has described Donald Trump as ‘inept’, ‘insecure’ and ‘incompetent’ in a series of explosive memos to Downing Street.

Sir Kim Darroch, one of Britain’s top diplomats, used secret cables and briefing notes to impugn Trump’s character, warning London that the White House was ‘uniquely dysfunctional’ and that the President’s career could end in ‘disgrace’.

His bombshell comments risk angering the notoriously thin-skinned President and undermining the UK’s ‘special relationship’ with America.

In the memos, seen by The Mail on Sunday following an unprecedented leak, Sir Kim:

*Describes bitter conflicts within Trump’s White House – verified by his own sources – as ‘knife fights’;
*Warns that Trump could have been indebted to ‘dodgy Russians’;
*Claims the President’s economic policies could wreck the world trade system;
*Says the scandal-hit Presidency could ‘crash and burn’ and that ‘we could be at the beginning of a downward spiral… that leads to disgrace and downfall’;
*Voices fears that Trump could still attack Iran.

In one of the most sensitive documents, Sir Kim writes: ‘We don’t really believe this Administration is going to become substantially more normal; less dysfunctional; less unpredictable; less faction riven; less diplomatically clumsy and inept.’