At least one person is confident President Donald Trump will make his way to the U.K. next year.
The U.S. ambassador to Britain said in a radio interview with the BBC he "absolutely" thinks Trump will visit in 2018, despite the president's Twitter feud with Prime Minister Theresa May.
"Well, I think a lot of that stuff was probably misinterpreted," Ambassador Woody Johnson said.
Things between Trump and May have been tense since he retweeted anti-Muslim videos posted by a British far-right group.
May criticized Trump's decision, and he responded by attacking her on Twitter.
According to the BBC, if Trump does visit the U.K., it will likely be a working trip and not an official state visit.