Back in June 2016, the world watched as Britain voted to leave the European Union. Some saw that vote as foreshadowing for the election of Donald Trump that November. Now, we’re well-into 2019, Donald Trump is in his second year as president, but guess what? Britain still hasn’t left the European Union. It seems as if a million deals have been discussed and then dropped to try and maintain trading friendships between Britain and other EU countries, and Prime Minister Theresa May has seen lots of resignations from her cabinet, but let’s break down what the heck is going on with Brexit right now.
For a little background,