Obama’s Warning on U.K. Trade Is Now Reality, U.S.’s Froman SaysBy and
Top negotiator says Britain is at back of the line for talks
Theresa May must focus on relationship with the EU, he says
Striking a trade deal with the U.K. is not on the U.S.’s list of priorities, Trade Representative Mike Froman said, echoing President Barack Obama’s pre-Brexit vote warning that a decision to leave the European Union would push Britain to the “back of the queue.”
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