British PM Theresa May and Donald Trump set to broker a trade deal

One this Britain hopes May and Trump do not touch their health care system which many believe was the foundation for Obama Care.

Harry Marcolis | Jan 27, 2017

   

With Britex all but certain, the English were in a pretty bad mood judging from social media. Using the same platform, even more, Britons were annoyed that their Prime Minister was set to come to the US and broker first hand with President Trump a trade deal.

This was announced the same day Mexican President canceled his plans to visit the US and talk to Trump.

Ms. May insists on staying active and sees the Trump's president as an opportunity to broker better trade deals for their country.

But she has had her fair share of conflict with Trump. She was one of the few international leaders to come out and openly criticized Trump for his comments on "grabbing p****." She was very vocal on the subject and in fashion, Trump responded to her via Twitter.

One this Britain hopes May and Trump do not touch their health care system which many believe was the foundation for Obama Care. Health Care in Britain is completely free and one of the country's greatest achievements.

"The NHS will never be part of a trade deal and will always remain free at the point of delivery," said a representative of the British health care sector. "There is no doubt the British prime minister is desperate to secure a trade deal, which Trump said he would personally broker on the American side."

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