President Trump unleashes on British leader - and it’s really bad

GETTYMrs May was handed letters of resignation by her Brexit Secretary and Foreign Secretary

GETTYMrs May was handed letters of resignation by her Brexit Secretary and Foreign Secretary

But standing alongside Mrs May after the meeting at her country residence, Mr Trump praised her as an "incredible woman" and a "very tough negotiator" who was "doing a fantastic job", and said there could be a "great" trade deal between the U.S. and UK.

"I would say I would give our relationship in terms of grade the highest level of special", Mr Trump said.

Mr Trump used the interview with the Sun to lay into Mr Khan, who criticised the American leader as "ill-informed" over a tweet following the London Bridge attack in June 2017.

According to the publication, he warned May that if she were to attempt to keep close ties to the European Union, it could potentially make a lucrative U.S. trade deal unlikely.

Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who resigned this week, leaves the Foreign Office on his way to Downing Street for a Cabinet meeting, in London, on Tuesday. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit Secretary David Davis both quit the government this week in protest. "He thought she was great on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation today and is a really terrific person. Deals that take too long are never good ones", he said.

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But he also said "this incredible woman right here is doing a fantastic job, a great job and I mean that". "We record when we deal with reporters - it's called fake news".

He said he had gotten to know her a lot better in the last few days and reckoned she was a "tough negotiator and a very smart and determined person" who would do very well.

After calling Trump's attack on him "preposterous", London Mayor Sadiq Khan-who initially rejected organizers' efforts to fly the Trump Baby blimp-explained why he ultimately chose to allow the balloon to fly over London.

Trump said it made him feel "unwelcome".

Such harsh public criticism by a sitting US president of a British prime minister while on a visit to the United Kingdom publicly undermines May in her party, her country and overseas. Hundreds of protesters descended on the castle to voice their opposition to the president's visit.

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The Trumps landed in Air Force One at Stansted Airport at lunchtime on Thursday to kick-start a four-day working visit to Britain as protests against his trip began. Although Trump has said this practice will be stopped, thousands of children remain separated from their parents and face great difficulty locating their relatives. "I think it's very negative". He then reminded the press that his mother was from Scotland.

The question is, what kind of influence does President Trump have here in the United Kingdom? "I just want the people to be happy".

Trump expressed his sadness at being unwelcome at Britain's capital city London due to extensive protest but insist that millions of Britons agree with his policies. The vote is going to go positive, because people don't want to be faced with the terrible immigration problems that they are faced with in other countries.

The president also took the opportunity to express his "great love for countries in Europe", but claimed that allowing in refugees fleeing conflict and starvation was causing the continent to lose its culture.

The president also hit out at immigration into Europe, linking it with crime.

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Trump also told The Sun that May had ignored his advice on Brexit, telling the paper that "I would have done it much differently". Trump and May held a joint press conference after meeting at the prime minister's country home in Chequers on Friday.

The Sun is no stranger to publishing controversial material.

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