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Donald Trump has suggested that the Theresa Mays Brexit Agreement could prove a trade agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom .
The US president did not specify what aspect of the affair he was talking about but told reporters about the recall agreement “sounds like a lot for the EU”.
0 insisted on the deal is “very clear, we will have an independent trade policy, so that the United Kingdom can sign trade agreements with countries around the world.”
Mrs. May spent very much criticism of the agreement of MEPs on Monday afternoon .
Trump told a few years later reporters outside the White House: We need to take a serious look at whether Britain is able to trade.
“Because right now if you look at the store, they may not be able to trade with us. And that would not be good. I do not think they meant it.”
It seems that Trump suggested the deal would make Britain could not negotiate a free trade agreement with the United States.
But responded to Trump’s comment a Downing Street spokesman said that Brexit’s revocation agreement hit Sunday would allow Britain to sign bilateral agreements with countries including the United States.
“We have already laid the foundations for an ambitious agreement with the United States through our joint working groups, such as
During its British visit in July – days after the British Prime Minister presented the proposals underlying the Brexit agreement – President Trump proposed an “ambitious” US
million pound in trade already flowing between Britain and the United States largest single export market.
By 2016, the export was to the United States worth almost $ 100 billion.
EU trade rules currently prevent the United Kingdom from faking what some might consider as a more advantageous bilateral trade with Washington.
Under the agreement, it was agreed that Britain would continue to trade with the United States according to the agreement EU rules until at least the end of the transitional period in December 2020.
During this transition – designed to enable companies and others to prepare for current new mail- Brexit rules kick in – Britain will be able to negotiate and enter into agreements with the United States.
However, they will not be able to come into force until January 1, 2021.
On Monday May may defend the Brexit Agreement in
She insisted on “being delivered to the British people” by regaining control over laws , money and limits.
Worker Jeremy Corbyn said Mrs. May had taken home a “botched deal” that would “leave him UK worse off”.