LONDON – The British premier May and the American president Trump “today in a positive debate about the future of trade relations” between the two powers. That said the British Finance minister Philip Hammond in a comment on statements of Trump in an interview with a British newspaper.
Trump criticises the policy of May for the exit of the European Union and claims that its plans for ’a soft brexit’ likely to be fatal for a separate new trade agreement between the united states and the United Kingdom. He will find that May a lot of to soft brexit advocates, and that her political rival Boris Johnson “did what it takes” for the prime minister. Minister of Foreign Affairs, Johnson performed at the beginning of this week off from discontent about May’s youngest planning for a brexit, that important points of the kingdom, under the wings of the European Union.
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