Great Britain Is BACK: Trump Offers UK ‘Massive Trade Deal’ After Landslide Brexit Victory

"Britain and the United States will now be free to strike a massive new Trade Deal after BREXIT. This deal has the potential to be far bigger and more lucrative than any deal that could be made with the EU."

President Trump offers UK massive new trade deal following Boris Johnson's Brexit and election victory on Thursday night

President Donald Trump has congratulated British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on his “great WIN” in last night’s general election and his massive victory for the Brexit movement.

“Congratulations to Boris Johnson on his great WIN!” wrote President Trump, who as an anti-globalist, pro-sovereignty nationalist has been one of the biggest supporters of Brexit.

“Britain and the United States will now be free to strike a massive new Trade Deal after BREXIT. This deal has the potential to be far bigger and more lucrative than any deal that could be made with the EU,” he declared.

“Celebrate Boris!”

Breitbart.com reports: While the European Union now wades into all sorts of national policy issues, it was originally conceived as a customs union — meaning that one of the conditions of membership is surrendering control over national trade policy to the bloc’s central authorities.

Britain, traditionally a global trading nation and the only EU member-state to do more trade outside the bloc than inside it, has therefore been prevented from striking free trade agreements with key partners such as Australia, New Zealand, and, of course, the United States of America.

During the 2016 referendum on EU membership, Britons were told leaving the EU could make it harder to trade with Britain, as it would be excluded from a potential EU-U.S. trade deal — the now dead TTIP — and be sent to “the back of the queue” by Barack Obama.

Now that the U.S. has a new leader with little time for the EU’s globalist agenda and a great deal of time for a British-American trade deal, however, anti-Brexiteers have begun suggesting this would actually be a bad thing, and could end up involving the sale of the state-run National Health Service (NHS) to the Trump administration.

Both President Trump and Prime Minister Johnson have been clear that they have no interest in such an outlandish project, however.