Trump signaled his desire to a stronger and closer trading with Britain once they leave the European Union, claiming that there was a “fantastic” deal in the working.
Trump told reporters that he thinks the US will be having a fantastic deal with the UK and they should do more business than what they are doing now.
Even Though Trump and British leader at G7 had already talked a couple of times via phone; they are still planned to meet in Biarritz, France later this month. The last of their communication was just this Wednesday, Trump says.
If the giant trading bloc, the European Union, leaves it will do some one-way deals on free trade with other separate countries. Pro-Brexit leaders are solely relying on the relationship that they have with the US as a pillar of their trade industry. Trump, however, is still faddish in raising any form of expectations.
To elevate the condition for US products, Trump’s aggressive way of trade negotiation has caught the eyes of critics of Brexit. Trump has made him seen to challenge China and allies such as Canada or the European Union alike, using tactics to include sweeping tariffs on imports.
Trump might be doing its best in supporting the Us when it comes to improving the trading system of its products — looking for more ways to strengthen the flow of trade when it comes to the US.
Trump also plans to tighten the bond with London on foreign policy since London takes trade coming from the big powerhouse trading industries such as France and Germany. Also, Trump prefers to make trades with these giants over Iran and other countries and areas where the trans-Atlantic alliance have already shabby and not been working well since Trump’s election.
Further updates on the matter are still being gathered, and the people are waiting for the results on the matter at hand.