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May & Trump In A Crucial Talk That Is Going To Decide The Fate Of Both The Nations


01/27/2017


NATO is the top agenda in Trump and May’s meet.



May & Trump In A Crucial Talk That Is Going To Decide The Fate Of Both The Nations
The U.S. President Trump and the Prime Minister of Britain Theresa May are scheduled to meet today on the 27th of January 2017 for arriving at an “unity on NATO, Russia and trade”.
 
It is going to be the first meet of Trump with a “foreign leader” after he took an oath as the President of the U.S. Moreover, it could also help in determining “how crucial Trump considers the traditional ‘special relationship’ between the two countries”. While, Steve Holland and Elizabeth Piper reported that:
“Trump rode an anti-Washington wave to win on Nov. 8, and May gained power in July after the "Brexit" vote that has put her country on a path to separate from the European Union. The meeting will conclude with a joint White House news conference”.
 
Trump considers NATO to be an out-dated affair and wanted to create “warmer ties with Russia”. On the other hand, May sees the “trans-Atlantic alliance” to be “crucial” while she is “sceptical” about the President of Russia.  Both of them showed an interest in beginning their work with a “a bilateral trade agreement”, as May will “provide proof of stability amid the Brexit breakup” and Trump will stand up to his belief of negotiating “one-on-one trade pacts”. In the words of an European Expert at the “Center for Strategic and International Studies think tank”, Heather Conley:
“They both need this to be a success”.
 
She added that Trump “needs to demonstrate that he has a command of issues" while May "needs to hear strong messages of support for her vision of a Britain that works for everyone, a global Britain.”
 
While addressing Republican lawmakers’ gathering at Philadelphia, May stated:
“America’s leadership role in NATO – supported by Britain – must be the central element around which the alliance is built”.
 
However, she added that EU Nations “must step up” for ensuring NATO’s existence in the centre of western defence. Furthermore, Steve Holland and Elizabeth Piper, stated:
“Trump and May also seem somewhat at odds over how to deal with Russia. In her speech, May said Western leaders should "engage but beware" of Putin and should not accept Putin's claim that Eastern Europe is now in his sphere of influence.Trump, on the other hand, wants a strong U.S. relationship with Russia to fight Islamic State militants”.
 
While, Trump’s words to “Fox News' Sean Hannity”, were:
“I don't know Putin, but if we can get along with Russia, that's a great thing. It's good for Russia, it's good for us.”
 
 
References:
http://www.reuters.com/







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