Trump welcomes pro-Brexit British politician Nigel Farage to speak at a campaign rally in Jackson.
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Donald Trump's improbable election has buoyed euroskeptics in Britain, who hope London's "special relationship" with the world's top economy will result in lucrative post-Brexit trade. U.S. President Barack Obama warned that Britain would be at the "back of the queue" for trade deals if it left the bloc, but Trump was pro-Brexit and will likely look more favorably on its trans-Atlantic partner, Brexiteers say.Writing in the Spectator magazine, political commentator Douglas Murray said that in terms of trade, Britain was "in the best possible position" with Trump in the White House.That could bode well for the so-called "special relationship" between Britain and the U.S.However, many analysts also warn that Trump's more positive attitude to Britain is outweighed by his diatribes against free trade and isolationist tendencies.
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