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John Bolton Says The US Will Support A No-Deal Brexit

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John Bolton Says The US Will Support A No-Deal Brexit

John Bolton Says The US Will Support A No-Deal Brexit

John Bolton recently visited London to reassure Britain over their relationship with the U.S. The U.S. national security adviser said the U.S. would support a no-deal Brexit if they made that choice.

According to Reuters, Trump wants to see a successful British exit from te European Union.

Bolton said they will be ready to work fast on a U.S.- U.K. free trade agreement.

While Johnson still wants to negotiate the E.U.

Said they will not alter the part Johnson wants to change.


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