Speaking following a meeting with Mr Johnson during a visit to London, John Bolton said the United States could focus on striking bilateral trade deals in certain sectors like manufacturing and car-making where the two countries may agree, and work out more complicated areas later.
Bolton said after meeting Johnson on Monday that "it might be possible to reach a bilateral agreement very quickly, very straightforwardly" in some areas of trade after Brexit.
Johnson spoke to Trump on Monday, discussing Brexit, trade and economic issues, his office said.
Johnson said Tuesday that "In the USA there are all sorts of opportunities we have to open up trade".
"It will be a tough old haggle but we will get there". But he cautioned that grander claims about a trans-Atlantic free trade deal were premature.
"Nobody should be surprised that it's a ComRes poll, for the Telegraph accompanied by a press release (from ComRes) that could have been written by Dom Cummings for Boris Johnson", Laurence Janta-Lipinski, a pollster who has worked with YouGov, also tweeted.
In a report, the IFG said rebel MPs could need to rely on Speaker John Bercow allowing them to amend motions that cannot conventionally be amended. "So it's not impossible to see them announcing on November 1: 'We have a trade deal.' It might not mean an bad lot".
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Bolton, who has now left Britain, was seeking an improved U.S.
"Most people are trying to avoid having trade deals with the USA because they think they'd be disadvantageous", he said.
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has shied away from her previous claim that a no-deal Brexit would cause "generational damage" - although she admitted it would be "far worse" than leaving the European Union with a divorce agreement.
The Institute for Government (IFG) said MPs may have limited opportunities to stop a no-deal break and that, even if Mr Johnson loses a confidence vote, he may still try to plough on regardless.
The survey also found 88 percent of respondents feel parliament is "out of touch" with the British public, with 89 percent believing MPs "ignore the wishes of voters and push their own agendas" on Brexit - 77 percent also agreed the Queen should "remain above politics and refuse to get involved in Brexit".
More than 70 MPs and Peers have joined forces to call on the courts to rule that suspending Westminster to allow the United Kingdom to leave without a deal would be "unlawful and unconstitutional".
The court will hear arguments in the case in September.