A startling proposition coincided with Trump’s recommendation insisting, Nigel Farage as Britain’s, US ambassador, following through to Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy (prime minister's joint chief of state), travelling to New York and Washington in December, with a desideratum of meeting Trump’s advisers. 10 Downing Street, instated a confirmation that May will be meeting Trump during the spring, through a spokesman commenting by conjecturing, “This was part of a process leading towards the PM’s first visit with President-elect Trump next year”. Subsequent to further negotiations No 10 proclaimed, “During the second phone call with President-elect Trump, the prime minister suggested it would be a good idea for key staff from both teams to meet. “President-elect Trump agreed this will be useful. We are pleased to have been able to make that happen and the Prime minister looks forward to visiting the new president in the spring”. It seems as though Mr Farage has been evicted out of the picture, this is supposedly due to the fact May had been forbidden by ministers, from using Farage as a middle man to her advantage for the sole purpose of improving relations. Downing Street cemented this claim by stating that the government is already prepared and has “well established” connections with the United States. Nevertheless, Trump did affirm that “Many people would like to see Nigel Farage represent Great Britain as their ambassador to the United States. He would do a great job!” In response to this comment Nigel acknowledged how he was “very flattered”, by Trump’s compelling feedback.
In Interest to espouse the current ambassador, Mr Kim, Downing Street liberated a statement, promulgating “you have an ambassador who only took up his post earlier this year. He is doing a great job”. Without hesitation Mr Kim kept lights away and met with Ms May to consolidate that his job was indeed safe with him, having no intentions of replacing him with Farage. Mr Kim wrote to the Washington Post that, “Brexit and the election of president-elect Trump captured the mood and will of the electorate. Now is the time move forward together and embrace the opportunities ahead”. Later on addressing Brexit and president-elect Trump both being “fundamentally different issues”, being reinforced from the expression by voters.
A tenacious consanguinity is anticipated to be fabricated between Trump and May, as number 10 said, “They will work together closely, building on a legacy of previous leaders such as President Reagan and Margaret Thatcher”. Similar relations were hoped by Mr Kim, who said Britain and the United states would clasp “ever more closely on trade and security”, to justify the fact, Britain “remains America’s closest partner on defense”. In addition he quoted, “There is much the United States and Britain should, and will, tackle together as they have for 200 years. For decades, our partnership has been the cornerstone of the world order. So we, as an alliance, will continue to be strong”.
Withal, Farage has confirmed that he will be attending Trump’s inauguration later this month, claiming that “he can’t wait” to attend, unsurprising, as they have been close acquaintance’s with the most important time for Trump arriving, the marking of his presidency on the 20th January.