Published: Sun, July 15, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Melania Trump describes ‘honour’ of meeting the Queen for afternoon tea

Melania Trump describes ‘honour’ of meeting the Queen for afternoon tea

The last time Donald Trump crossed the pond to visit Britain, he sat down with the TV host for an exclusive interview and in a tweet posted on Friday afternoon Morgan revealed the USA president invited him on board Air Force One for round two.

Before trump went on a visit to Britain, former Butler to the Royal family Grant Harold said that the most important Protocol that an American President must adhere to is to let the Queen to go a little ahead of himself.

"It's amusing. The Queen seems to be training one of her dogs while Trump is fighting for the right to be called a walking master, "wrote one Twitter user".

Trump also took a jab at Democrats, adding that no Democrat could beat him: "I don't see anybody". "I mean they have a lot of great product".

"I was walking up and I was saying (to Melania) 'Can you imagine my mother seeing this scene?"

"I did. She said it's a very - and she's right - it's a very complex problem, I think nobody had any idea how complex that was going to be".

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Trump, who became the 13 USA president the Queen has met during her 66 year reign, visited the British monarch at Windsor Castle in the English county of Berkshire following his meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May.

Read the full dispatch here. Trump relied, "I think I could've".

The couple are now spending the weekend at one of Trump's golf courses in Scotland ahead of his meeting with Vladimir Putin on Monday in Finland. "That's a really good thing".

Speaking of his historic summit with North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un, he said: "I get along with him great, yeah". The president was asked if the North Korean leader could be trusted. Howard Stern asked, "You could've gotten her, right? I said well it's too early to say", Trump was quoted as saying by the Mail on Sunday.

"The testing and all of the..."

Mr Trump has, at times, used freakish and often contradictory phrases to describe the North Korean despot. Doing it at Windsor also had advantages in that it got him out of London where massive anti-Trump demonstrations are taking place, complete with a giant Trump "baby" blimp balloon aimed at mocking him. "He's very smart, great personality, he's amusing and tough, good negotiator". "I mean plenty of the people that I deal with are pretty ruthless people'".

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