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Remarks by President Trump and Prime Minister Johnson of the United Kingdom Before Working Breakfast | Biarritz, France

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Hotel du Palais  •  Biarritz, France  •  August 25  •  8:16 A.M. CEST

    PRESIDENT TRUMP: Hello, folks. How are you? (Inaudible.)

    PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON: (Inaudible).

    PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you, folks. Do you know who this is? Does everybody know? He's going to be a fantastic Prime Minister. And we're having very, very good meetings. So far, so good.

    PRIME MINISTER JOHNSON: We're having terrific meetings. And we're going to do a fantastic deal once we clear up some of the obstacles in our path.

    PRESIDENT TRUMP: And that's a fantastic thing for us. We're talking about many different deals, but we're having a good time. As far as UK and the United States, we're working on a very big trade deal and I think it's going to work out very well.

    So thank you very much. See you later. Thank you.

END  •  8:17 A.M. CEST



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