How Trump's meeting with Queen unfolded at Windsor Castle

Marsha Scott
July 15, 2018

He also spent time at Chequers, the prime minister's country residence, where he sought to heal wounds inflicted by an explosive newspaper interview in which he had said Mrs May's Brexit plans would kill any trade deal with the U.S. and that Boris Johnson would be a "great prime minister".

Standing next to the Prime Minister today, the President shifted his stance from that in The Sun's world exclusive interview where he warned a softer Brexit would "probably kill" a United States trade deal. Mr. Trump complemented Boris Johnson, who resigned earlier this week from May's cabinet over disputes about Brexit negotiations, saying Johnson would be an excellent prime minister.

On Thursday, she said Brexit was an "opportunity" to create growth in the United Kingdom and US. I did give Theresa, who I like-I did give her my views on what she should do and how she should negotiate. "I think it's fine".

Describing the remarks as "frankly embarrassing", the Labour leader said: "He lives in a democracy where people have a right to free speech, a right to demonstrate and a right to express themselves".

Mrs May said: "We will do a trade deal with them and with others around the rest of the world". "I think he has done a very bad job on terrorism". I am doing a great job, I can tell you, just in case you haven't noticed.

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Wearing a t-shirt with the word "RESIST" on it, she said it was great that the blimp had "touched a nerve" with Trump. May in the garden of her official country residence Chequers. We get hit on trade, where they treat us badly, they have barriers against us trading and you know, strong barriers and tariffs, and we get hit on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.

The president and his wife were given a red carpet welcome by British Prime Minister Theresa May with a gala dinner at Blenheim Palace on Thursday night. He said Friday that May and her representatives have since reassured him that a trade deal would still be possible.

"I think they like me a lot in the UK", Mr Trump had said in Brussels.

"I used to love London as a city", Trump said. "I haven't been there in a long time". He also told the tabloid that he'd shared advice with May during Britain's negotiations with the European Union and she ignored it. Tens of thousands of people gathered in London for a series of demonstrations against his visit.

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