Skip to comments.Donald Trump And Boris Johnson 'already working on' UK-US Free Trade Deal
Posted on 07/26/2019 4:40:35 PM PDT by Its All Over Except ...
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Perhaps other European countries that are among the first to do as the UK will can also join in on this?
Next add Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korda, all of SE Asia, India ... maybe others.
Make England Great Again (MEGA).
Those danged Kordans. Don’t let them dog sit for you.
EU scum saddened.
It should be simply “free trade” with the U.K., no exclusions, no exemptions, just an open U.S.-U.K. market. Next we can expand it to Canada, and end all the stupid restrictions in NAFTA between U.S. and Canada. Then we can work to add Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, extending the “anglosphere” in absolutely free trade.
You can also be sure that Trump and Boris are talking about Iran, and what to do about it.
Something’s going to happen on that file, soon. Necessarily.
The Winning feels SO good!!
Get Boris Johnson to Washington, give him a royal welcome and do everything we can to support him.
Yurp apologists will be along soon to tell us it can’t work, Britain is trapped in thrall to the EU, the UK will break apart, etc etc.
“Perhaps other European countries that are among the first to do as the UK will can also join in on this?”
Just so long as we leave out Germany! Tariff the $hit out of their Nazi Thunderbirds and other Krautmobiles until they fire Frau Farbisa and pay up their complete obligation to NATO. Furthermore, I’d be really slow to do anything with the Cheese-Eating Surrender Monkeys as well.
I agree, full state visit
I, as above, concur!
Make Britain Great Again
I was looking more along the MAGA-leaning Eastern European countries lines, many of whom love Trump, along with ital and a few other Western European countries.
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