Will a UK-US trade deal be delayed if Donald Trump is impeached?

Donald Trump.

This is bitterly amusing:

Let’s all look forward to seeing how it turns out – for Theresa May, as well as Donald Trump.


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4 thoughts on “Will a UK-US trade deal be delayed if Donald Trump is impeached?

  1. NMac

    I don’t suppose May and her loathsome cronies will waste any time before they go down on bended knees and restart their grovelling to M. Pence.

  2. jcashbyblog

    A trade deal will never happen. The last attempt (TTIP) took about 7 years and collapsed in a heap. By the way, have you ever thought: Why if there is a free market business needs trade deals? Perhaps they are not about free trade, but taking over public services and TTIP was the Trojan Horse.

  3. marcusdemowbray

    I have no doubt that USA will still want to press ahead with UK trade deals because they know what a push-over our incompetent “negotiators always are, and they know May is DESPERATE for any deal and anything she can get to stay in power. In fact, with her only major “ally” gone she will be even more desperate to look like she is being “a strong and stable” leader. However, if/when Trump goes she will be a very lonely figure on the world stage and further damaged at home. People will ask even more about her plan to put all UK’s eggs in one basket and for forming such a debatable relationship.

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