After the meeting with Theresa May at the G20 summit in Hanberg, Germany. U.S. President Donald Trump is looking forward to a powerful Trade Deal with the U.K. Trump believes that the deal could be achieved very quickly as he would work something out to visit London soon.

According to a U.K. government official, Prime Minister Theresa May and Donald Trump had a personal discussion, and they have mutually agreed to work together on a post-Brexit trade deal. To take things forward, Donald Trump will need to visit London. The British Prime Minister stated that they are still working on a date for Trump's visit to the U.K.

Mrs. May feels optimistic about the deal

At a news conference, May stated that she feels optimistic about the U.S.-U.K. deal. America has also displayed a strong passion for producing ambitious trading relationships with the U.K. However, May stated that there could be a limit before Brexit. Trump and May had a meeting with a duration of 50 minutes, and they spent time discussing trade options.

Before the meeting at the G20 summit, Donald Trump stated that the U.K. and U.S. have a very special relationship. He further told reporters there is no other country which can be closer to each other than the United States and the United Kingdom. As for Theresa May, she has always been a great supporter of Donald Trump.

With that said, the two leaders will be making progress on a powerful trade deal.

Trump says the deal will be a very, very big

According to BBC, Donald Trump stated that the deal is going to be very, very big and it will be a benefit for both the countries. Theresa May and the U.S. President have plans to establish the trade deal as soon as possible.

The former British Ambassador Sir Christopher Meyer also supported the plan and said this is a very good sign for the future.

On the other hand, former diplomat Sir Simon Fraser doubted if the deal would come through soon enough. According to Mr. Fraser, Britain will not be able to negotiate with anyone until they have departed from the European Union.

Donald Trump had already accepted the invitation for a state visit to the U.K., but due to certain controversies, Trump's visit to London is still a question.

The formal discussions between both the capitals will not begin until March 2019. The only way to go forward is if Brussels agrees for the U.K. to make an early exit. Theresa May was dismayed when Trump withdrew from the climate change agreement with Paris. However, things are taking a different turn with the new trade opportunities.