“We are going to have absolutely an agreement on Huawei and everything else,” he said. “We have an incredible intelligence relationship and will be able to work out any differences.”
The UK is yet to issue a verdict on Huawei, but details leaked from a national security meeting earlier this year revealed the government will allow the Chinese firm to participate in parts of the country’s 5G network.
But following a meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May this afternoon, Trump played down the diplomatic implications of cooperating with Huawei.
Read more: Chinese state hackers accused of rigging 5G tests to protect Huawei “We did discuss it, I see absolutely no limitations, we have never had limitations, this is a truly great ally and partner and we will have no problem with that,” he said.