Donald Trump has confirmed he expects a “major trade deal” with the UK after Brexit will include a reciprocal deal in agriculture.
In transcripts from an interview with the Wall Street Journal, the US President said he wants the new relationship with Britain “as soon as it’s appropriate to have it kick in”.
Mr Trump confirmed he would be seeking a cross-sector deal. “It would include everything,” he told the WSJ.
The President was also clear he wanted US agriculture to have more access to British markets, while criticising the EU’s trading relationship with the US on food products.
(Source: Sky News)