Ahead of his meeting at Number 10, US presidential candidate Mitt Romney has already been forced to distance himself from potentially embarrassing comments made at a briefing on US-UK relations on Wednesday.
An unnamed adviser told The Daily Telegraph that Romney had a better understanding of the two countries' "Anglo-Saxon heritage" than Mr Obama, who is of African-American descent. US Vice President Joe Biden called the remarks "disturbing".
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