In late July, US President Donald Trump told reporters that he had recently spoke with then newly-appointed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and that they were are already working on a free trade agreement between the two countries.
"I think Boris is very capable and I think he'll do a good job", Trump said in London, where he is attending a meeting of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders.
An alleged plot to "sell off" the public health service to United States corporations during a post-Brexit trade deal has been a key message of Labour's campaign for the December 12 election.
Johnson, who is campaigning before a general election on December 12, had asked Trump not to intervene in the campaign.
Trump denied the USA was interested in the National Health Service, saying Tuesday that "If you handed it to us on a silver platter, we want nothing to do with it".
Before Mr Trump touched down in Stansted Airport, Mr Corbyn wrote the US leader a provocative letter, demanding he clarifies that the NHS is off the table in UK-US trade talks.
The Labour leader said he would make his demands clear if they met when asked in an interview after a speech on workers' rights outside SOAS University of London.
Trump is a divisive figure for some in Britain, and senior Conservatives are nervous his involvement could upset their campaign.
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"So the reality is the evidence is there and the anxiety that we have about the NHS under a Boris Johnson regime and his relationship with Trump causes us extreme concern".
Trump said: "We have absolutely nothing to do with it, and we wouldn't want to".
The Mirror chicken was earlier stood near the venue in Milton Keynes to welcome the Prime Minister but did not attempt to cross any roads to get close to him, with security monitoring its movements.
But Johnson said last week that if Washington tried to include the NHS in trade talks, "we'd walk away".
They said it could signal foreign interference in Britain's election.
Mr Johnson is up one point to 36 per cent, while Jeremy Corbyn remains at 19 per cent.
However, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, Marie van der Zyl, hit back at Mr Corbyn, saying he "has not dealt" with the issue at all.