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Trump says U.S. hopes for quick trade deal with UK

By Reuters
08 July 2017   |   2:00 pm
U.S. President Donald Trump met British Prime Minister Theresa May on Saturday (July 8) and said he hoped the United States can quickly seal a bilateral trade deal with the United Kingdom.

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