The ambassador, Woody Johnson, said he believed relations between the United States and the United Kingdom were strong despite the disagreement between Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May when the president shared anti-Muslim videos published by a British far-right group .  Johnson said he was hopeful about the prospects of a visit. "Absolutely, I think it will come," he told the BBC in an interview broadcast on Tuesday.
On his BBC In an interview, Johnson said that the president's social networks discussed with May "were probably misinterpreted." He insisted that the relationship between Trump and the United Kingdom was still "very good" and said he expected a visit to take place.
"It has not been officially announced, but I hope it does"
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May's insinuations of courting the United States have left her in a difficult position. With the goal of strengthening Anglo-American relations after Brexit, May was the first world leader to meet with Trump after his inauguration.
But the visit was very bad at home. She was widely criticized for taking Trump's hand while walking in the White House, while she was also ridiculed for offering him the invitation of a state visit so early in his presidency.
Since then, the decision has been subjected to greater scrutiny as Trump has made a series of criticisms of British policy, which culminated in the dispute over anti-Muslim videos.
There has been speculation in the British media that instead of a large-scale state occasion with a banquet organized by the Queen, Trump's first official trip to the United Kingdom could take the form of a "work visit" under profile.
Any visit of Trump to the United Kingdom would probably meet with large-scale protests.
The ambassador acknowledged that Trump had wreaked havoc in the United Kingdom. "There is no doubt that maybe some feathers were altered," he said.
But Johnson defended Trump's robust communications, adding that although "there may be disagreements," it would not be "namby-pamby" about the expression of his views. 19659017]