New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English and Donald Trump have exchanged their first phone call as their countries leaders.
Prime Minister says there were no issues when he took a phone call from US president Donald Trump. This was despite English voicing his disagreement with Mr Trump’s immigration policy.
Speaking from the Hoani Waititi Marae in Oratia Auckland, Bill English said they talked about a wide range of topics, including the relationship between the two countries.
The call lasted 15 minutes.
Mr English described the conversation as warm and friendly and said Mr Trump was civil, quite thoughtful and knew a lot about New Zealand.
He said that he voiced his disagreement on the current immigration policy of the United States
The two leaders also discussed the Super Bowl being that was played over the weekend.