Conservative party leader David Cameron introduced president-elect Barck Obama to The Smiths and Radiohead when the pair met earlier this year, it has emerged.
Cameron also presented the Democrat with CDs by Lily Allen and Gorillaz following their meeting at Westminster.
But the Tory's gifts, and his political sustenance, failed to make an impression on Mr Obama, who reportedly branded Cameron a “lightweight”.
According to the New Statesman, Mr Obama also asked one of his aides for more information on the Conservative party's scepticism towards joining Europe.
Mr Obama met all the leaders of Britain's major political parties during a whistle-stop tour of Europe last summer.
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