The Conservative Party is now leading the polls ahead of the 12 December general election, with Trump's third visit to the country expected to take place between 2 and 4 December.
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When asked if he was going to have more children, Johnson, 55, who is living at Downing Street with his partner Carrie Symonds after separating from his wife past year, said: "I'm not going to get into discussions (on this)".
Johnson's pressure led the White House to emphasize how a high-ranking government official said Trump "is fully aware that he will not re-engage in elections in another country".
According to a recent YouGov opinion poll only 18% of Britons hold a positive opinion of Trump, so a fulsome endorsement of Johnson on his part wouldn't be helpful from the point of view of British Conservatives.
"But he is absolutely cognisant of not, again, wading into other countries' elections".
The NATO summit will take place as Trump fights against the efforts of Democrats controlling the US House of Representatives to force his impeachment by impeachment because of his pressure on Ukraine to investigate Democratic rival Joe Biden.
He went on: "The sad reality is, is that we have a gay man, like myself as b** boys in tank tops, referred to Muslim women looking like letterboxes".
"I am not going to put them on to the pitch in this election".
Nigel Farage came under fire when trying to defend Donald Trump's attitude to women. On the eve of the British election, though, Trump wasn't circumspect, saying Corbyn "would be so bad" for Britain and describing his " friend" Boris Johnson as "the exact right guy for the times".
Speaking to a London-based radio station, Johnson called the United States a close friend and ally saying they "traditionally" don't get involved in each other's election campaign.
Corbyn has made post-Brexit transatlantic relations a key issue in his campaign, warning voters that the US will demand Britain's National Health Service be "on the table" in talks on a future trade deal.
Labour recently published a 451-page package of allegedly leaked government documents showing that the Conservative Cabinet under Prime Minister Theresa May had purportedly negotiated the "sale" of the NHS to the US. If you value what we are doing, you can help us by making a contribution to the cost of our journalism.