President Obama called new British Prime Minister David Cameron from the Oval Office on Tuesday to congratulate him. (PHOTO CREDIT: Getty Images)
Washington (CNN) -– President Barack Obama called new British Prime Minister David Cameron Tuesday to congratulate him on his successful campaign.
In a statement released by the White House, President Obama said he emphasized the “special relationship” between the United States and the United Kingdom to Mr. Cameron. Obama called it “a bond that has endured for generations and across party lines, and that is essential to the security and prosperity of our two countries, and the world.”
Additionally, the president invited Cameron and his wife, Samatha, to visit Washington this summer.