Trump says May is doing Brexit wrong, threatening U.S. trade deal

Sadiq Khan has supported the decision to allow a 20ft inflatable of President Trump as a giant orange baby to fly over Westminster for two hours during the US president’s visit

Trump says May is doing Brexit wrong, threatening U.S. trade deal

On Thursday night, hundreds of demonstrators chanted outside the US ambassador's residence in London, where Trump was staying, providing a preview of the forceful protests expected Friday.

Protests are expected against Trump, whose policies - including a travel ban on a number of predominantly Muslim countries, detention of child migrants on the US-Mexico border and imposition of tariffs on European Union steel and aluminium exports - have all been criticised by the UK.

"Mr President, Sir Winston Churchill once said that, "To have the United States at our side was, to me, the greatest joy", Ms May told Mr Trump, according to a text of her speech provided by her office.

'Policies that are having very real impacts on real lives not just in the United States but all over the world'.

Asked about the comments, a spokesperson said May was "looking forward to sitting down with Trump to talk him through the brexit negotiating stance".

The British government on Thursday published its long-awaited Brexit blueprint aimed at restarting stalled talks with the European Union, only for it to be panned by eurosceptics, the City of London and the USA president.

Speaking shortly before arriving at London Stansted Airport on Thursday, the president said he was "fine" with people protesting against him but insisted that people across the United Kingdom, including in Scotland, "like me a lot".

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Trump personally criticized May's handling of Brexit, saying that her so-called soft-Brexit approach went "the opposite way" to what he had recommended and that it was "very unfortunate".

The demonstrations were in stark contrast to Trump's assertion to the press that the British "agree with me on immigration" and mirrored those in Brussels ahead of Trump's arrival there on Tuesday to meet with other North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders.

Trump claimed member nations had agreed to boost their defense budgets significantly and reaffirmed - after days of griping that the USA was being taken advantage of by its allies - that the U.S. remains faithful to the accord.

The request for the orange-hued blimp to fly was approved by London Mayor Sadiq Khan - who has had a testy Twitter relationship with Trump - after more than 10,000 people signed a petition.

For supporters, Trump and Brexit offer the prospect of breaking free from what they see as obsolete institutions and rules. "How can we roll out the red carpet for someone who stands for everything we stand against?" said academic Emily Jones, 40, one of those protesting outside Blenheim Palace.

He added: "If they do that, then their trade deal with the USA will probably not be made".

"The people voted to break it up so I would imagine that's what they would do, but maybe they're taking a different route, I don't know if that is what they voted for".

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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.

British Prime Minister Theresa May (R) with US President Donald Trump (C-R) and Philip May (L) with Melania Trump at Blenheim Palace.

Public anger over Mr. Trump's visit has already had consequences.

"When we leave the European Union we will begin to chart a new course for Britain in the world and our global alliances will be stronger than ever", May said ahead of Trump's visit.

He is due to leave on Sunday for talks in Helsinki the following day with Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose government May has accused of unleashing a lethal nerve agent in the city of Salisbury.

Trump then heads to Windsor Castle later Friday for tea with Queen Elizabeth II.

The a 20-foot-tall angry "Trump Baby" blimp.

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