LONDON — U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to delay a planned visit to see U.S. President Donald Trump until June.
A Downing Street official said the visit would likely coincide with the G7 summit, which will be held at the presidents Camp David retreat.
Johnson had been expected to visit the White House in January as part of a high-profile visit to kick off talks on a post-Brexit trade deal with the U.S., but the trip has been repeatedly delayed. “We expect the prime minister to travel to the U.S. in June around the G7 summit,” the official said.
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