Trump waving a ‘very big’ trade deal in front of Brexited Britain


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Trump waving a ‘very big’ trade deal in front of Brexited Britain

On Sunday, the 25th of August 2019, the new leader of United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, a hard-Brexiteer, who pledged to secure a Brexit for Britain after 46 years of joining the bloc, with or without a deal, said that, his latest meet with US President Donald Trump over the sidelines of recent G7 summit in France, rekindled hope of a “very big” trade deal for Brexited Britain with United States, however UK’s new PM, US-borne Boris Johnson, who passed most of his childhood in New York, had also warned that a negotiation with the United States would not be easy adding that he would not be rushing talks amid a closing in Brexit deadline by October 31st.

In point of fact, facing off a delicate task to comforting his European trading partners without infuriating US President Donald Trump, Johnson had been quoted saying at the second day of France G7 summit on Sunday (August 25th) that there would be huge potential for UK businesses in the US market while addressing to the deep differences between the sides which had to be addressed and obliviated before reaching an accord.

Meanwhile, adding that US might ease some of its protectionism policies for a post-Brexit Britain, Johnson said in an interview with Sky News later on Sunday (August 25th), “They want to do it within a year, I’d love to do it within a year, but that’s a very fast timetable”.