I didn't criticise Theresa May to The Sun

Lester Mason
July 14, 2018

But you can do other things.

Former Labour leader Ed Miliband offered some suggestions for her response.

His father's visit will also be met by protests across the United Kingdom, including outside the Menie estate in Aberdeenshire where he owns a golf course, which have been backed by a number of senior politicians.

Khan's authorisation for the "angry baby" stunt has infuriated Trump supporters in Britain such as Brexit champion Nigel Farage, who called it an "insult". They have accused Ms.

"I think he has done a bad job on crime, if you look, all of the terrible things going on there, with all of the crime that is being brought in".

Ms May and Mr Trump both spoke of the importance of the "special relationship" between their two countries, something that Brexit supporters hope will reap benefits when Britain leaves the European Union, allowing it to forge closer trade ties with the world's biggest economy. The EU has also been cool to the idea and negotiations resume next week with only months to go before a deal has to be struck.

Trump's interview with The Sun came before he flew into Britain on Thursday from Brussels, where he subjected North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to a roasting over their defence spending.

However, Trump ruled out May pursuing "no deal" - a move favoured by hard Brexiteers - saying there was no way the Prime Minister could walk away from the Brussels talks without an agreement.

"It was not the deal that was in the referendum", he told the newspaper. He also said that if Ms.

In an interview with the Sun published late Thursday, as he dined with May, Trump said her proposal to execute a so-called "soft Brexit", maintaining ties with the European Union, was wrong and would torpedo a US trade deal. "I would have done it much differently".

He added: 'I don't think anyone in the world can tell you that wind energy is a great form of energy. She wanted to go a different route ... That's another thing that makes him a supreme irritant to the president: he's not really spoiling for a fight and will not engage so as not to dignify. "And that is fine".

Meanwhile, shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry said the Prime Minister May "should be standing up to [Mr Trump]" after he "slagged her off", instead of holding his hand. May's critics who said it confirmed their fears about her strategy. In denying a query from CNN anchor Jim Acosta, Trump said that "CNN is fake news".

Trump and May watched a display of military special forces on Friday before their formal talks which were due to include Russian Federation, ahead of a summit in Finland on Monday between Trump and President Vladimir Putin. May and tried to play down his comments about Mr. Johnson, with limited success.

Donald Trump arrives in Britain on Thursday for his first visit as United States president, flying into a whirlwind of protests. "He's been very nice to me".

He also said Boris Johnson would make a "great prime minister". He quickly pointed to Ms.

He added: "I didn't think they put it in, but that's all right".

Trump's comments have overshadowed a visit where the president was greeted with British pomp and ceremony - the lavish gala dinner in his honor at Blenheim Palace last night - even as protesters tried to rain on the parade.

From 11am, tens of thousands of demonstrators began to gather in central London to protest against the presidential couple's "working visit".

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