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>> British Prime Minister, Theresa May, will be the first foreign leader to meet newly elected US President, Donald Trump.>> Prime Minister, are you looking forward to meeting President Trump?>> May said on Sunday she will not be afraid to tell the president when she finds something he has said unacceptable.
The Prime Minister was speaking on BBC's Andrew Marshall in London.>> Well, first of all, I've already said that some of the comments that Donald Trump has made in relation to women are unacceptable. Some of those he himself apologized so->> But then you looking him in the eye.
>> Thousand of women took to the street of European capitals on Saturday to protest against Trump and his comments seen as demeaning towards women. They were joined by millions of women who demonstrated in Australia, Asia, and cities across the United States. The meeting between Trump and May at the White House is scheduled for Friday, 27th January.
Prime Minister May plans to discuss a future trading relationship between the two nations. After last year's vote to leave the European Union, the British government has been keen to deepen ties with the United States and other nations outside Europe to show that Brexit will not diminish its standing in the world.
Trump who endorsed Brexit says he wants to arrange a swift, bilateral trade deal with Britain. Friday's meeting will be an opportunity for the Prime Minister to discuss what has long been called a special relationship between London and Washington, a pillar of British foreign policy.