Trump Threatens UK Prime Minister on 5G

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Will U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson really ignore President Trump’s warning on 5G technologies?

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Yesterday national security officials from Washington arrived in London.

The mission was to convince the U.K. to block China’s Huawei from supplying 5G technologies.

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The U.S. delegation was led by deputy national security advisor Matt Pottinger. And his team met with the British government to share new evidence of Chinese spying.

The national security advisor claims that Huawei has provided the Chinese government with backdoor access to its equipment.

This in turn allows China to easily conduct surveillance.

That’s why the U.S., Australia and New Zealand have already made it illegal for Huawei to provide hardware for new 5G networks.

Prime Minister Johnson responded less than 24-hours after the meeting . . .

“The British public deserve to have the best possible technology. We want to put in gigabit broadband for everybody. Now if people oppose one brand or another then they have to tell us what’s the alternative.”

The good news is that there ARE alternatives.

The U.S. and other allies are saying YES to 5G technologies. They’re simply saying NO to Chinese companies.

There are alternative solutions to Huawei. And the technology is as good – or even superior.

In fact, American companies hold some of the key 5G technologies for making 5G a reality in 2020 (click here for my top picks).

Why would Britain ignore Trump’s warning?

It’s all about the money.

The U.K. currently uses 4G technologies from Huawei. And it’s easier and faster for the country to simply upgrade its existing infrastructure.

A recent report suggests that a Huawei ban in the U.K. would delay 5G by 18 – 24 months . . . and that it would cost the economy over 6.8 billion euros.

President Trump has had a close relationship with Britain’s Prime Minister.

However, the president wants the U.K. to side with the U.S. and other allies by banning Huawei. And the U.S. could limit intelligence-sharing with the British if they felt the communications were compromised.

One U.S. official told the Guardian, “Donald Trump is watching closely.”

Let’s keep a close eye on what happens with 5G in Britain. While you’re waiting . . .

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Yours in Profits,

Ian Wyatt

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