European Council President Donald Tusk has said U.S. President Donald Trump and senior European Union officials failed to find common ground on several issues at a meeting in Brussels on May 25.
Tusk told reporters in the Belgian capital that while there was agreement on issues such as counterterrorism, "I am sure that I don't have to explain why, but some issues remain open, like climate and trade.”
Trump, on his first foreign trip since taking office in January, met with Tusk, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, the EU's top diplomat Federica Mogherini, and European Parliament President Antonio Tajani.
The meeting came three days after a bomber in Manchester killed 22 people, some of them children, and injured about 60 more when he detonated an explosive device following a concert in the English city.
EU leaders were eager to hear how Trump intends to handle Europe after a presidential campaign in which he voiced support for Britain's vote to leave the 28-nation bloc.
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