Published: Sat, July 14, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

British-US trade deal possible after Brexit, say May and Trump

British-US trade deal possible after Brexit, say May and Trump

"Very bad stuff", she wrote.Trump shocked British media and many in the USA when he openly attacked May's plan for Brexit during his Thursday interview with The Sun, before going further to lament that "millions" of immigrants were forever altering Europe's cultural makeup."I would have done it much differently", Trump said of May's Brexit plan.

The US president left Mrs May badly wounded when he criticised her negotiating style, lavished praise on Boris Johnson and attacked her Brexit plan in an interview with The Sun. At issue is an interview in the tabloid Sun newspaper in which he was critical of May on Brexit and for not taking his advice (otherwise she'd be better off, he suggested in the interview).

Thousands of people waving banners and banging pots and pans took to the streets of London on Friday to protest against U.S. President Donald Trump on his first official visit to Britain as president.

Trump also said former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who quit this week over May's Brexit plan, would make a "great prime minister". One protest group has been given permission for a balloon in the president's image, shaded in orange and dressed in a diaper, known as the "Trump Baby Blimp", to hover over Parliament Square Garden.

"I told her how to do it".

(Keep in mind May arguably needs Trump's support and wants a trade deal with the US).

"No, if they do that I would say that that would probably end a major trade relationship with the United States". I haven't been there in a long time.

"I think allowing millions and millions of people to come into Europe is very, very sad", he said.

Trump opening summit with wary North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies
At NATO, Trump did not specify which countries had committed to what, and it remained unclear whether any had changed their plans. World leader summits are largely about optics and presenting a united front to the rest of the world.

Alan Duncan, Foreign Office minister, said he was still confident of a US-UK trade deal and called Donald Trump a "great character".

The Sun said its interview with Trump was conducted in Brussels, where the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit was held earlier in the week. He added: "I think she maybe found it too brutal". I look at cities in Europe, and I can be specific if you'd like.

"I was very saddened to see he was leaving government and I hope he goes back in at some point", Trump said.

"The fact that [the blimp] may cause offense to somebody isn't a good reason to deter the hard-fought rights of freedom of speech and freedom of expression", the mayor said.

He is due to meet the Queen later today at Windsor Castle before flying to Scotland, where he will play golf at one of the courses he owns, in Turnberry.

Mr Trump used an interview ahead of his United Kingdom visit to renew his personal feud with the London Mayor, attacking him over the wave of terror atrocities and accusing him of doing "a awful job".

GMB/status/1017669404115587077?"Of course we stand shoulder to shoulder in adversity, and it was really comforting when Americans sent messages of support when we had terrorist attack a year ago", Khan said, "but when we think you're wrong we should say you're wrong - that's what a special relationship is all about".

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