The Guardian – Cryptic Crossword Answers No 28,101 – Apr 7 2020

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… mind you, she does say Vlad’s right about Republican at the top CAREGIVER
Allowed American tax evader to take stage first LEGAL
Annoyance to the royals? That’s heartless and unkind MEAN
Artist carrying can shouts at pack HALLOOS
Charges youngsters over ecstasy LADES
Conserving energy, passes on the wacky baccy REEFERS
Enjoying a good relationship? First Lady’s reticent at first — I wasn’t expecting that … WELLINEVER
Experts, quiet ones, impress department PUNDITS
Game is on TV — fee to be arranged ETONFIVES
Greek primate’s eaten shellfish GAPER
Insists chief isn’t a criminal MAINTAINS
Laugh about Washington’s leader — what’s he on? TWITTER
Liberal take on MP entertaining with mistress KEPTWOMAN
Maine bankers invested in US money and bonds CEMENTS
Men getting brown stopping in sun HOMBRES
Mentions bishop’s missed calls RINGSUP
Moved furtively heading off, but didn’t do anything IDLED
Odd — square in the centre awfully quiet UNEVENTFUL
Picked up passenger OK FAIR
President’s in la-la land! Go — and quickly! LIKEASHOT
See women planning trips with kids. occasionally — one’s down with them LOWSPIRITS
Shallow and largely fake — bigly! GLIB
She’s suffering daily LYDIA
Shelter to put up poor person HAVENOT
Slow learner gets letter wrong way round LATE
Spin a lot of rubbish DRIVE
Surprised at bone spurs (nothing cut out) — that’s being rude! ABRUPTNESS
Thoroughbred irritated over what it’s carrying RIDER
Times empty on day — Murdoch’s writers taking the mick SATIRISTS
Tricks boy’s acquired — they’re inflammatory! ARSONISTS
Valuing mostly art? Unlikely — he’s got money but no taste VULGARIAN
Very, very angry losing head — that’s clear VIVID