Theresa May will take her first trip abroad on Tuesday since the Conservative Party lost their majority in the recent parliamentary election to discuss joining forces with France to increase programs that tackle online extremism in Britain and France, according to Reuters. May won the support of the Conservatives to remain on as prime minister and will head to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron to help repair her authority and hopefully gain some acclaim through joining forces with the highly popular Macron. May is also expected to discuss Britain’s plan for leaving the European Union, though since her governing Conservative Party lost their majority in the election and needs to work…