Jon Sopel

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The BBC’s North America editor Jon Sopel talks about flying on Air Force One, why Britons can expect a warm welcome in the U.S and why his favourite city there is Washington DC

This week the BBC's North America editor, Jon Sopel, checks into our travel Q&A. He talks about travelling on Air Force One with Obama, Trump and Biden, his love of Washington DC. MOST MEMORABLE HOLIDAY?. Visiting Kenya with our children. My wife and I honeymooned there and thought it would...
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Jon Sopel: ‘Trump is leaving – but Washington has changed forever’

It’s been strange this past week. I have woken up alone. Sure, there has been birdsong outside my bedroom window, but no Donald Trump tweets to wake up to next to me. The alert I receive on my phone every time his thumbs get busy is redundant; the messages I receive at random times at all hours of the night, gone. It’s been the permanent accompaniment to my life – and virtually every other Washington journalist I know – these past four years. But no longer. Life seems a bit monochrome, to be honest. My bedroom feels empty.
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