A TRADE understanding with a US “doesn’t demeanour like it will be possible” underneath Theresa May’s Brexit agreement, a envoy has declared.
In a uninformed blow for No10, President Trump’s deputy in London, Woody Johnson, called on a PM to consider tough about either to select a America or a EU as Britain’s biggest trade partner after a EU exit.
Mr Johnson also risked a tactful quarrel by observant a UK “is in need of leadership”.
The envoy told BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme: “We are still going by a stages of determining where accurately a nation is going.
“If it goes in a approach that allows these kind of agreements to start afterwards we consider that will be really certain in a president’s eyes.”
But asked if such a understanding would be probable if Mrs May’s Withdrawal Agreement is agreed, he said: “It doesn’t demeanour like it would be possible.”
The uninformed critique comes after Mr Trump slammed her Brussels agreement in Nov as “a good understanding for a EU”.
Mr Johnson also hinted that a President’s initial grave state revisit to a UK could come in May or June, to coincide with a 75th anniversary of D-Day.
He signalled: “That would be a good time for a visit”.
Mr Trump’s argumentative revisit final Jul was usually a operative outing and he is nonetheless to accept The Queen’s invitation of dual years station to come and a conduct of state. No10 insisted no date had been set for a visit.
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