In the midst of Brexit, the United Kingdom rolled the red carpet for Donald Trump.
“Donald Trump is a negotiator. That could be good for the UK.”Said the then British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in 2016.
“We are already working on a trade agreement, and I think it will be a very important trade agreement.”President of the United States at the time, Donald Trump, in July 2019.
But his successor now takes the witness, who does not believe there is anything to celebrate in Brexit.
Joe Biden and his followers have suffered from hostility from supporters of Brexit, under Barack Obama. Boris Johnson went on to say that the president, of Kenyan descent, had ancestral hatred of the British Empire.
“Some of the insults toward the president I worked with, Barack Obama, we will remember, because a lot of the staff are now working with Joe Biden.”Brett Bowen, a former Obama administration diplomat, explains.
Tadge Enright, Euronews: But will that affect the way they work together?
“I think they’ll have a great working relationship. Joe Biden is a very nice guy. He gets along with almost everyone. I think the UK is going to have a tough time in terms of business deals. It will be almost impossible. __ He will put the middle class at the center of his foreign policy, people from Belt countries Alleged rust. Biden will try to get their support, and that will not be with the free trade agreements. “He says good.
Entrenched interests have a lot to say in future business deals. Perhaps one of the biggest obstacles facing the UK is growing on its soil.
“Agriculture. It’s a particular political problem for a conservative government because of its dependence on rural votes.”Nigel Bowles, professor of political science at Oxford University, says.
Relinquishing food and agricultural standards would be a red line for London.
“We have seen the weight the small counties can have in a hunting situation. This effect will be multiplied many times over.”Bowles adds.
Trade aside, the enduring transatlantic alliance may become even more important.
“We are now in a totally post-American era. There will be more crises, and there will be more fighting. We are witnessing the efforts of middle powers such as Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Russia.”He explains well.
“China represents serious and deep problems for any incoming US administration. Although the risks of war are reasonably low, they are not neglected.”Bulls Notes.
“The United Kingdom can play an important role as a member of a federation of countries that seem a little different from the structure of old alliances, such as NATO or the European Union, but now how do we bring in strong democracies? The set of principles and the UK’s role in that will be very important.”Says Brett Bowen, a former diplomat in the Obama administration.
Johnson and Biden may not be best friends, but they are doomed to harmony.