Published: Tue, July 17, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

May says Trump told her to 'sue the EU'

May says Trump told her to 'sue the EU'

As always, sensible advice from the Leader of the Free World.


Donald Trump told Theresa May to "sue the EU" instead of entering into Brexit negotiations, the Prime Minister has revealed.

"Once the Brexit process is concluded and perhaps the United Kingdom has left the European Union, I don't know what they're going to do but whatever you do is OK with me, that's your decision", he told the joint news conference in the garden of her official country residence Chequers.

"I'll see something where somebody says something wrong, or says something right, and rather than sitting around doing nothing, I'll be able to put out something", he told Morgan.

"In terms of who ultimately holds the pen on the papers that go to Cabinet for collective decision, it has been the Cabinet Office's Europe Unit, and they have clearly been operating to a different ultimate goal to the one what we were operating to".

The President and his wife Melania arrived by helicopter from Windsor after taking tea with the Queen for 45 minutes.

"We agreed we need to bring Baby Trump to Bedminster", the fundraising page says, referring to the location of the Trump National Golf Club, where the president and his family often spend weekends in the summer.

She said: "Interestingly, what the President also said at that press conference was "don't walk away, don't walk away from the negotiations because then you're stuck".

His comments came at the end of a tumultuous few days for May, during which two senior ministers resigned in protest at her plans for trade with the European Union after Britain leaves the bloc next March.

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The President gave his take on Brexit, and May revealed all during an appearance on the BBC.

Mrs May was asked about a statement Mr Trump made during their joint press conference near London on Friday.

"And that is part of the very special, the highest degree of special relationship that we have".

May hit back at those claims, telling Marr: "Let me very clear that no department was cut out of these discussions".

Piers Morgan, age 52, has had a successful TV career, and hasn't shied away from controversy or speak his mind while fronting Good Morning Britain with Susanna Reid.

"That is wrong. It does allow us to do new trade deals", she said. "There comes an inflection point, the Chequers deal was an inflection point, we will have to see what happens", Bannon said. "If we don't, we risk ending up with no Brexit at all".

Her appeal didn't convince prominent Conservative lawmaker Jacob Rees-Mogg, who accused May of only half-heartedly supporting Brexit. We now face continued harmonisation with the bloc's rules on goods. Along with Mr Johnson, the man who had been leading the Brexit negotiations, David Davis, also quit in protest.

He described her as a "Remainer who has remained a Remainer".

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