I was listening to LBC earlier when I noted both this question and the statement on air regarding Brexit policies and Trump. In essence, Trump has clearly come out as a pro-Brexit person and promised 'a good deal' for Johnson's Britain though this in itself is questionable given his 'America first' policies and the reported difficulties British trade negotiators have described, e.g. on the chlorinated chicken issue which by now Johnson seems to have thrown into the wind.
In light of this, and perhaps Trump's recent difficulties at home, I was wondering what Biden has been considering with respect to the US–UK trade deal.
This doesn't seem to be a very popular question yet, but there are suggestions that even Trump's negotiated deal might not be 'hard' enough for Biden: this article and this one. Yet, these are relatively old sayings from 2016.
Has Biden recently stated any new positions on what he considers acceptable/unacceptable in a US–UK trade deal? Are there any known red lines beyond Trump's that would cause him to scupper any deals Trump may have previously made?