UK trade deal after Brexit not our top priority, Barack Obama warns

12.14am Sunday 4th September 2016

Barack Obama has said the United States would guard against any "adverse" impacts from the Brexit vote, but warned that a trade deal with the UK was not Washington's top priority.

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