special relationship

The US president met with Boris Johnson to discuss about the possibility of a UK-US trade deal once Britain has left the European Union.
A Washington Post op-ed published Monday described Trump's UK visit as 'a low moment' for the 'special relationship', yet many in the UK are already wondering whether it is now time for a conscious uncoupling.
A match made in hell? The blond leading the blond? Or a meeting of like minds, and temperaments, that the world had better get used to?
As the President arrives in the UK, our writers in London and New York assess the mood.
Macron is playing his hand better than May, and the UK is being gradually frozen out
As an American, I can only say I am sorry. Oh, and remember, some days you have to laugh to stop yourself from crying. Oh and now, back to the resistance. Yeah, okay, like the Mooch, I talk too much. Some days, I just don't know when to stop.
Theresa May is no historian, nor is it necessary to be a historian to see the huge holes in her narrative. But May's history begs a question: if her understanding of the past is so fanciful, how much faith can we place in her vision of the future?
If there is any reason at all to put an immediate halt to Brexit, it is President Trump's first week in office, culminating in Prime Minister Theresa May's desperate visit to be the first leader to swear fealty - and then her inexcusable refusal to condemn the so-called Muslim Ban.