The comments come a week before the US president's long-awaited visit to London, with internal criticism in Britain against it.
"The US president wants a bilateral trade agreement with Britain," Woody Johnson told a news conference on Friday, adding that the government will do so quickly because it is a key priority for Trump, according to the New York Times.
Asked about the US president's view of Britain's exit from the European Union, Johnson said the United States does not favor any specific form of the BRICCET.
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