British Prime Minister Theresa May arrives at Philadelphia International Airport for her two-day visit to the United States on January 26, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images/AFP
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Prime Minister Theresa May arrived Thursday in the United States where she will become the first foreign leader to meet President Donald Trump, seeking reassurance and a trade deal for post-Brexit Britain.May is keen to start talks on a U.S.-U.K. free trade agreement for when Britain leaves the European Union, which is also likely to mean leaving Europe's single market and its 500 million consumers.Earlier this week, May spoke to NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg, expressing her support for the alliance and promising to take the message to Washington.She will also emphasize the importance of enforcing the Iranian nuclear deal, which Britain helped negotiate and which Trump has denounced.Trump is highly controversial in Britain, not least for his comments on women, which May has described as "unacceptable".
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