Relations between the United Kingdom and the United States are "sensational", now Boris Johnson has been down in Downing Street, America's ambassador to Britain said.
Woody Johnson told the BBC they had a lot in common in their leadership style and desire to "get things done".
He downplayed the prime minister's criticism of Mr. Trump when he was London mayor when he called him "amazingly ignorant."
And he said Brexit without an agreement would not affect the United Kingdom's ability to conclude a trade agreement with the United States.
The US President welcomed Johnson's rise to power and said he would do a "great job." He even suggested being "Britain Trump."
As a proponent of Brexit Trump criticized the negotiations of former Prime Minister Theresa May with the EU.
There were also tensions over climate change and the US President's views on race and immigration, while a recent dispute over the leakage of British diplomatic cables led to the resignation of Sir Kim Darroch, the British ambassador to Washington.
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Woody Johnson told Radio 4's Today that he's referring to " Should focus on things that we agree on ".
"We'll have bumps on the road, no question, but we're two big countries," he said.
"If we look forward optimistically between our two C countries, we will make all the people in this country stand independent ̵
"I think that's What the President wants and what your new Prime Minister wants, too, "he added.
In 2015, Boris Johnson, as London Mayor, said that Trump's claim that parts of the city were "no-go areas" was causing "rather startling ignorance" and rendering him unfit for the presidency.
But Woody Johnson suggested The comments did not bother Mr. Trump.
"The new relationship between your new Prime Minister and our President … is going to be sensational," he said. "Their leadership has a lot in common: both have their own style but similarities – a clear vision of what they want to achieve."
He said Britain would once stand at the "Front of the Line" in a trade deal Brexit had happened and it was "not imperative" that Britain leave the EU with an agreement on progress.
"The President will try to bring the ball to the front – Britain is our most important ally in matters of security and security prosperity." He knows that.
Most experts believe that a free trade agreement with The US will take years and could be affected by difficulties regarding food standards, environmental regulations, and access to health services for each other's businesses.
And one of the most powerful women politicians in the US said her Congress would not support a trade deal that undermines the peace settlement in Northern Ireland.
Nancy Pelosi, Democratic House Speaker, told the Irish Times There could be no return to physical border controls between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, something Dublin has said to be unavoidable if the United Kingdom is without an agreement would leave.
"We made it clear in our talks with senior members of the Conservative Party earlier this year that there should be no return to a hard line on the island," she said.
"This position has not changed The trade agreement between the US and the UK should be known."
The new prime minister has not yet announced when he will hold his first personal meeting with Mr. Trump.
# 10 confirmed that Mr. Johnson had spoken by phone with French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday and discussed Brexit.