Boris Johnson has told ITV News he is excited to play a part in the UK's "new relationship with Europe and the world", after he was named foreign secretary in prime minister Theresa May's new cabinet.
When asked if he agreed he had a number of people to apologise to, including President Obama, the new foreign secretary of the UK said: "The United States of America will be at the front of the queue."
Johnson was accused of racism after he suggested during the Brexit campaign that Barack Obama may have an "ancestral dislike of the British empire" because of his heritage.
The new Foreign Secretary has made several high-profile gaffes and controversies on the international stage.
Boris Johnson's appointment as Foreign Secretary has not gone down well in the US, following a previous insult to President Obama.