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Exceptional Status May Cause Problems to UK


As you probably know, British Prime Minister Theresa May visited the United States and met with President Trump. Previously Prime Minister May promised the British people that she wouldn’t be afraid to criticize Donald Trump. If she thinks that something is unacceptable, she won’t be afraid to tell it to him, she said.

 

 

 

 

 

Still, according to Die Welt (Germany), her visit to the USA showed completely the opposite. While the governments of Germany, France, and some other European nations were criticizing Trump’s immigration ban for refugees for 12 Muslim states, Theresa May didn’t so that for 24 hours. Instead of criticizing Trump or supporting him, she refused to give any comments on the matter and declined the question a number of times during the press conference. 
 

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Even Boris Johnson, who is Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, happened to be the first British official to comment on the situation. He criticized Trump’s decision in Twitter and called the decision a bad move aggravating the situation and splitting the society.
 
Theresa Mays has been feeling increasing pressure. Over a million citizens signed a petition to cancel the invitation for Donald Trump to visit London. They say this will be shameful for both the Queen and the British people.
 
Even The Guardian criticized Theresa May for being afraid to openly criticize Trump’s unpopular decisions, saying that if the UK really wants to build exceptional relations with the USA, they should be based on honesty.
 
The British Prime Minister tries to persuade everyone that building tighter relations with the USA is beneficial over the long-term. At the same time, more and more observers start thanking that those tight friendly relations with the USA Theresa May has been trying to build is a way to make up for losing relations with the EU as the result of the forthcoming Brexit.

 

 

 

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