A 'special relationship' in the Brexit-Trump era
January 27, 2017•0 sec
Theresa May is the first foreign leader to sit down with Donald Trump as Commander in Chief. The British Prime Minister says it's to build on the "special relationship" between the US and the UK. There's even talk of a new Trans-Atlantic trade deal. But how's that going to fly in a post-Brexit world, with a White House bent on "buy American, hire American?" Guest host Barbara Bogaev looks at how the US withdrawing from global treaties and embracing Russia complicates the relationship.