Trump and Boris Johnson had bizarre talk about the strength of kangaroos that went for 'considerable length': book
Donald Trump and Boris Johnson POOL/AFP / PETER NICHOLLS

Former President Donald Trump had notoriously toxic relationships with many American allies, although one exception was United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson, whom Trump saw as a fellow right-wing nationalist.

The Guardian reports that former Trump press secretary Stephanie Grisham's upcoming book sheds some new light on Trump and Johnson's relationship, which she said was striking for being between two "pudgy white guys with crazy hair."

One particularly strange conversation came when Johnson talked about how dangerous it was to hang out in Australia's outback, which contained all sorts of potentially hazardous wildlife.

"Johnson once told us over breakfast that Australia was 'the most deadly country – spiders, snakes, crocodiles and kangaroos,'" writes Grisham.

Trump was apparently intrigued about the potential dangers posed by kangaroos and Grisham writes that the two men then "discussed how powerful kangaroos were at considerable length."

Overall, Grisham contends, conversations between Trump and Johnson "redefined the word random."