Wellington, Sep. 5 (ANI): US President Barack Obama's team thinks British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is rather "dour and depressing," it has been claimed.
Richard Wolffe, a former Newsweek White House correspondent, who travelled with Obama on his election campaign, made this revelation.
The Daily Express quoted Wolffe as saying that Obama team's views were formed after the 48-year-old president-elect met the Brown, 58.
"They found the experience faintly depressing, a sort of end-of-regime feel about the whole thing," he said.
However, the US President's team was impressed by Tory leader David Cameron 's "energy, verve and dynamism".
"He was really taken with Cameron. He and his aides thought that he had energy and verve, a dynamism that suggested he was a good candidate. Brown on the other hand, really they found very lack-lustre, his mood and his dourness. (ANI)