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>> Brexit votes put the brakes on US UK trade deal according to a top Republican, instead Britain will take a front seat on the incoming Trump Administration. UK foreign minister Forrest Johnson met with Senior Republican Congressional leaders in Washington this week, labeling it on Twitter a great visit.
And no wonder, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker first commenting on Johnson's popularity.>> I know you're a major hit in the United States.>> Well you said it. Chairman, thank you.>> Before talking up a trade deal with a very different rhetoric from President Barack Obama.
He had said Britain would be at the back of the queue if it voted in favor of Brexit. Now the BBC reporting that Corker said there is no way the United Kingdom is going to take a back seat. That appearing to quash concerns about the impact of Brexit on both sides of the Atlantic.
>> A relief for Brexit campaigner Johnson, in high spirits laughing and joking with US House Speaker Paul Ryan.>> Right next to my Green Bay Packer bobble head which is.>>
Johnson was quoted by the Guardian newspaper, saying it's going to be a very exciting year for both our countries.
>> And the line here, not that I have the faintest idea of what that means.>>