On Monday, US President Donald Trump arrived in London, for a pomp-and ceremony-heavy visit to the Queen of England and to commemorate the fallen in the 75th anniversary of D-Day. He has been accused of disrupting some of the current topics in the UK, first showing support for nationalist leaning former London Mayor Boris Johnson in the race for the top job in the Conservative Party race. The next Prime Minister of the country just might have a close relationship with the United States and for this reason, Trump might be making a visit, behind the scenes, to make new friends.
Surely Mr Trump is a deeply controversial political figure who seems to be ready to throw his weight behind someone like Boris Johnson – perhaps having some impact on the voters and their opinions. The political theater is the part that we like to analyze on our platform, so imagine the discussions between Trump and local political figures in the UK. Surely he wants to inject is view of how things should be run. But in addition to injecting his personal style of disruption, he is looking to build bridges in trade. Currently, the Brexit deal is not happening and the US might be able to support the British by offering a very complete and far reaching trade deal. This would change the EU forever.