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Last year, the British people voted to exit the European Union in a movement known as “Brexit”.
That decision to leave the EU strengthened the partnership between the United States and the United Kingdom.
If this new alliance between the United States and Britain is to thrive, then the Trump administration must make clear that Brexit is positive and will strengthen the trans-Atlantic alliance.
That’s what Nile Gardiner, Ph.D. and Director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom, testified about before the House Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats Committee on Wednesday.
From trade to security, the Trump administration is in the process of negotiating our country’s new relationship with the newly exited Britain.
Committee members heard from Gardiner on the Anglo-American relationship and its role against international terrorism and rogue states.
Great Britain and the United States need to stand together so they can not only maintain their own trade deals, but to stand strong in the global war against ISIS and al-Qaeda, as well as threats from Russian.
The world stage needs U.S.-British leadership to defend its democratic freedom.
How can the U.S.-UK relationship be strengthened?