Theresa May has close relationship with Donald Trump
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Sources have revealed that Theresa May has agreed to stay “in close touch” with Donald Trump during her first substantive phone call with the US President-elect. Meanwhile a Downing Street spokesperson has said the Prime Minister spoke about building relations and the importance of Nato during the call on Tuesday, and has revealed that US and UK security officials will meet in the States before the end of the year.
Meanwhile the Number 10 spokesperson has said that “The Prime Minister has called the US President-elect this afternoon as part of establishing a regular dialogue between both of them and they have discussed how the President-elect’s transition plans were progressing and agreed that their teams should continue to build close relationships through this period, including with a meeting of their national security advisers in the United States before Christmas.
It was stated that they have discussed Nato, agreeing on the importance of the alliance, the need for more Nato members to meet the target of spending 2 %of GDP, and the role that Nato can play in addressing diverse threats and has agreed to stay in close touch and to meet at the earliest possible opportunity.
Sources have added that on that occasion Mr. Trump has invited Ms. May to the US, while a Downing Street spokesperson has said they agreed that the US-UK relationship was “very important and very special and Ukip MEP Mr. Farage then became the first British politician to meet the new US leader, emerging jubilant from his time with the President-elect and giving television interviews calling for Ms. May to build better relations with Washington.