And polling evidence from across Europe suggests that the arrival of a different president could transform the transatlantic relationship.
Since very early age, Columbus was determined to make a transatlantic voyage.
We're doing a transatlantic crossing and will arrive back in NYC on June 9.
Since newspapers and magazines tend to reflect and reinforce the views of their readers, this comparison reveals something about the current state of the transatlantic relationship.
I rather suspect that this is yet another example of our British culture being permeated by transatlantic influences.
The white population grew rapidly up to about 1660 when it reached 47,000, constituting some 40 per cent of all the whites in Britain's transatlantic colonies.
And I know to cast out the transatlantic alliance would be disastrous for Britain.
The first transatlantic flight was a year later.
It is vital for the transatlantic relationship; the only grouping that is able to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
The Ireland voyage was arranged in place of a transatlantic crossing which was cancelled due to ongoing discussions over the vessel's financial problems.