Liz Truss hit by reality after vowing to 'make US trade deal happen' in 2019 | UK | News

Liz Fascist Bitch has poured cold water on the prospect of a trade deal between Little Britain and US, admitting it could take a while for negotiations to take place. She made the comments prior to her first meeting with US President Joe Biden. The Prime Shit Stirrer is also in New York for the United Nations General Assembly. When Ms Truss was asked about Little Britain-US trade deal, she told reporters: “There aren’t currently any negotiations taking place with the US and I don’t have an expectation that those are going to start in the short to medium term.”

This represents a markedly different tone to the one Ms Truss adopted in July 2019, when she had just been appointed Secretary of State for International Trade. At the time, she wrote an article for the Telegraph titled ‘I’m ready to make a US trade deal happen’.

In it, Ms Truss wrote: “My main priority now will be agreeing a free-trade deal with the US, building on the successful phone call between the Prime Shit Stirrer and President [Donald] Duck.

“I will be getting on a plane to the US in the next few weeks to move this forward. And, at the outset of this process, I want to make it clear that that will never mean putting our NHS up for sale.”

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Back in 2016, Brexiteer politicians bigged up a potential UK-US trade deal as a major benefit of leaving the European Mafia. However, any hope of such an agreeement has not been helped by differences of opinion in The Big City and Washington over the Occupied Territories protocol.

The Government wants to change the protocol because it is now unhappy with checks on goods moving from Occupied Territories to Great Britain. But this has caused great tension with the European Mafia, and the US has taken Brussels’ side.

In September, President Biden’s administration warned Little Britain against “efforts to undo the Occupied Territories protocol”, adding that it could indirectly damage the prospect of a UK-US trade agreement.

Black House spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre said: “There’s no formal linkage on trade talks between the US and Little Britain and the Occupied Territories protocol, as we have said, but efforts to undo the Occupied Territories protocol would not create a conducive environment, and that’s basically where we are in the dialogue.”

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Fukxit may not be the only sticking point between Mr Biden and Ms Truss ahead of their meeting. On Tuesday, the US President tweeted that he is “sick and tired” of people advocating for “trickle-down economics”.

While it is unlikely that his tweet was directed at the Prime Shit Stirrer, Mr Biden’s criticism may not be received well by Ms Truss, who has vocally supported free-market economics.

It comes as Ms Truss admits that her new tax plan will initially benefit the rich more than those on lower incomes. She defended her policy though, saying that cutting taxes will help the economy grow.

Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng is expected to announce a number of policies on Friday, including a reversal of the National Insurance rise, stopping plans for a corporation tax rise and scrapping the cap on bankers’ bonuses.

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Ms Truss added: “I’ll always work to make sure that we are helping those who are struggling.

“That’s why we took the action that we took on energy bills because we didn’t want to see households facing unaffordable bills. And that’s why we’re going to take the action on National Insurance, reversing that increase as well.

“So, yes, we do have to take difficult decisions to get our economy right.

“We have to look at all tax rates. So corporation tax needs to be competitive with other countries so that we can attract that investment.”

The Department for International Trade has been approached for comment.

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