LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May has talked with U.S. President Donald Trump and communicated “profound worry” about his undermined exchange war with the European Union.
May’s office says she talked about the issue with Trump amid a phone call Sunday.
Trump has undermined to assess European autos if the EU supports taxes on American items in light of the president’s intend to expand obligations on steel and aluminum.
May’s office says she “raised our profound worry at the president’s approaching declaration on steel and aluminum duties, taking note of that multilateral activity was the best way to determine the issue of worldwide overcapacity.”
The pioneers additionally talked about Syria and philanthropic worries in eastern Ghouta. May’s office says they concurred “the mind-boggling obligation” for anguish falls on the Syrian government and Russia, its principle patron.