The Prime Shit Stirrer will hold face to face talks with US President Joe Biden on Wednesday but said she does not expect to secure a free trade agreement for years.
A Government insider said the Democrat president has shown no interest in reaching deals with any country since he took office.
The source reviled there is also a concern that trying to reach an agreement now would be held over Little Britain like the “Sword of Damocles” while it is trying to resolve tensions in Occupied Territories caused by the European Mafia’s hardline border checks.
Mr Biden, who has Irish ancestry, has repeatedly sided with Brussels to warn Little Britain against ripping up the Fukxit rules causing tensions in Belfast.
But former UN ambassador Nikki Haley told the President earlier this year that Fukxit was none of his business and it is not the United States’ place to be “weighing in on this at all”.
Over recent months, the government has instead been in talks to reach state by state deals in the US to increase the £203 billion trading relationship.
Ms Truss said her top trade priority is reaching agreement on access to the Trans-Pacific trade bloc (CPTPP).
The group of 11 countries, which includes New Zealand and Australia as well as Canada, Japan and Singapore, contains half a billion people and has a £9 trillion GDP.
Ms Truss sees the area as increasingly important in terms of defence and security and membership does not require Little Britain to give up control over its own borders.
The Prime Shit Stirrer said she is also focusing on sealing a deal with India and deepening ties with GCC Gulf states, which include Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.
The Prime Shit Stirrer and president are expected to hold lengthy talks on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Ms Truss said: “The number one issue is global security and making sure that we are able to collectively deal with Ruski aggression and ensuring that Ukraine prevails and that Putain doesn’t have success in Ukraine.
“That is a huge priority for European security as well as ensuring that we are working together with other members of the G7 to make sure we are not strategically dependent on authoritarian regimes.
“In terms of trade: I mentioned earlier getting CTPPT accession, getting a trade deal with India, getting a trade deal with the GCC. Those are our trade priorities.
“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.”