British Prime Minister Theresa May is confident to be string a strong working relationship with United States President Donald Trump. She said opposites attract.

May is paving her ways and getting prepared to become the first international leader to meet Trump.

In their recent telephonic conversations the two leaders have revealed they want to work closely.

May said, “There is a clear commitment on both sides not just to maintain the special relationship, but to build on the special relationship.”

She added Trump has assured to support for Nato and the same will be discussed with him in their upcoming meeting in the White House apart from trade, security and fight against ISIS.

In December 2016 May’s closest advisers, Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy, met members of Trump’s team. Following the meet, foreign secretary Boris Johnson visited Washington for the discussion of groundwork for a potential bilateral trade deal.

Earlier, former US President Barak Obama said London would be at the back of the queue during referendum campaign. Contrast to it Trump suggests he is interested in dealing with the United Kingdom.

Trump said, “I’m meeting with the prime minister tomorrow. I don’t have a commerce secretary, and they want to talk trade, so I’ll have to do it myself. But that’s OK that’s OK.”

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British Prime Minister Theresa May is confident to be string a strong working relationship with United States President Donald Trump. She said opposites attract. May is paving her ways and getting prepared to become the first international leader to meet Trump. In their recent telephonic conversations the two leaders have revealed...