Published: Sat, July 14, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

U.S. President Trump's views on UK's May, Brexit

U.S. President Trump's views on UK's May, Brexit

"As he said in his interview with The Sun she is a very good person and he never said anything bad about her", Sanders said.

"We're going to make sure that doesn't happen", Hoey said. The U.S. President also noted that her rival Boris Johnson would make a "great" Prime Minister, once again slammed the Washington Post and took aim at London Mayor in the bombshell interview. Trump's words appeared to pour cold water on May's latest plans. According to The Guardian, the white paper says the goal is to minimize "disruption to trade between the United Kingdom and the European Union, protecting jobs and livelihoods", as well as stipulating free trade areas for goods.

The lack of divergence on rules in the farming sector is one of the main concerns of Tory MPs opposed to May's plan, and they will see Trump's statement as proof that the Brexit plan will indeed thwart a trade deal.

He said first lady Melania Trump shares his admiration: "My wife is a tremendous fan of hers".

Farage, a member of European Parliament and former leader of the U.K. Independence Party, said Trump made a decision to "intervene" for two reasons: he believes in Brexit and he feels the USA has been let down.

Mrs May accentuates the positive, saying that "no two countries do more together than ours to keep their people safe and prosperous", and gives no hint of anger about the interview that seriously undermined her.

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The president told Mrs May she had to maintain "momentum" because "if it drags out the deal doesn't get done", according to Mr Bannon.

One of her favorite guests was probably Ronald Reagan, who shared her passion for horses and went for a ride with the queen on the magnificent grounds surrounding the castle.

Ms May also glossed over the comments. "The Chequers agreement reached last week provides the platform for Donald and me to pursue an ambitious deal that works for both countries right across our economies".

During a press conference Friday afternoon, he denied criticizing May and suggested that the newspaper had left out his praise of the British prime minister.

This has infuriated fervent Brexit supporters, who think it would limit Britain's ability to strike new trade deals around the world.

"Allowing the immigration to take place in Europe is a shame".

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