The New York Times article Trump State Visit to U.K. Faces Turbulence Amid Brexit Chaos says:
British and American officials said the White House had been deferential to 10 Downing Street in planning the trip, letting the British government set the program and avoiding demands, such as a presidential address to Parliament, which the hosts would have found difficult to grant.
“The ‘special relationship’ is in worse shape than either side will admit,” said Thomas Wright, an expert on Europe at the Washington-based Brookings Institution, a think tank. “The combination of Brexit, Farage and Huawei makes it particularly fraught,” he added, referring also to the Trump administration’s targeting of the Chinese telecommunications company. “This could be the tipping point where the problems become more public.” (emphasis added)
Question: What are the problems affecting the "special relationship" specifically related to the "...Trump administration’s targeting of (Huawei)..." that could contribute to a tipping point, and therefore become more public?