President Donald Trump met with Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday as his state visit to Britain shifted gears from pomp and pageantry to talks over a range of policy issues from climate to Iran that the close allies disagree over.
A trade deal for when Britain leaves the European Union was also discussed.
Trump told May at a meeting with U.S. and British business leaders on Tuesday that she should "stick around" so the two nations can do a trade deal. "Let’s do this deal," Trump said to May at the event, at St. James’s Palace in London.
May formally relinquishes her role as prime minister on Friday.
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