On the second day of his visit to the United Kingdom, U.S. President Donald Trump met with Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May.
They both praised the special relationship between the two countries but agreed there are areas in which they don’t see exactly eye-to-eye.
CGTN’s Jamie Owen has this report from London.
- Simon Marks is the president and chief correspondent of Feature Story News.
- Gordon Guthrie is a former candidate for the Scottish National Party and author of the book “Scotland after Brexit”.
- Jeff Stacey is a former U.S. State department official, during the Obama administration.
- Merrill Matthews is a resident scholar at the Institute for Policy Innovation.
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