British Prime Minister Theresa May’s office on January 5th announced that she would visit President-elect Donald Trump, following his inauguration as US President.
“During the second phone call with President-elect Trump, the Prime Minister suggested it would be a good idea for key staff from both teams to meet. President-elect Trump agreed this would be useful.”
Trump invited May to visit him “as soon as possible” in a phone call the day after the US presidential election. Downing Street said May and Trump agreed the US-UK relationship “very important and very special” during the phone call, and that building on it in the future will be a priority.
The British Government would not confirm a date for the visit, but it is scheduled for February.
Trump is due to be sworn in as US President on January 20th./.
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