President Trump Visits the UK
On 12–13 July 2018, President Donald J. Trump visited the UK for the first time since taking office, following the NATO Summit in Brussels. The visit also followed the 4th meeting of the US-UK Trade and Investment Working Group (TIWG) in London.
As the single largest investor in each other’s economy, the US and the UK share an unrivalled special relationship that stands as a source of strength and stability for both nations, founded on a long history of shared values, and which provides innumerable economic opportunities for its respective citizens. The President's visit to the UK created momentum around the possibility of a future trade deal with the US and reaffirmed the strength of this special relationship.
The British-American business community stands ready to support efforts to open a new chapter in the transatlantic trade and investment relationship.