Donald Trump's criticisms are preposterous, says London mayor Sadiq Khan

Donald Trump's criticisms are preposterous, says London mayor Sadiq Khan

The London mayor said he was unsure why the US President was "singling him out".

In a another swipe, Trump also said he would have done the Brexit negotiations "much differently" and claimed the prime minister did not listen to his advice. Instead, he said, May went "the opposite way" and the results have been "very unfortunate".

Responding to this, he said: "If they do a deal like that, we would be dealing with the European Union instead of dealing with the United Kingdom, so it will probably kill the deal".

Earlier in Brussels Trump had said "they like me a lot in the UK", telling a press conference that Britons "agree with me on immigration".

Trump has long spoken of his desire to meet the monarch, but for this queen, such encounters with US presidents are old hat, having met 10 American leaders since her coronation in 1952.

But the truth is that Trump's attack could weaken May's already fragile hold on power. "I'd like to see them be able to work it out so it could go quickly, whatever they work out". I think that " s why Brexit happened".

Al Jazeera's Neave Barker, reporting from London, said Trump is seen as a "divisive figure" by the protesters.

In an interview with British tabloid The Sun, Trump said the planned protests made him feel unwelcome, prompting him to avoid the capital. "Now he might not like the current President, but I represent the United States".

Europe was losing its culture and there were "certain areas that didn't exist 10 or 15 years ago".

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"He hates that London chose a Muslim mayor".

Trump spoke out against the balloon and against London mayor Sadiq Khan, who approved its launch.

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Trump interview with Mueller "further away" ACLU calls for Trump officials to hand over info on immigrant children Kushner to join Pompeo for meetings with Mexican leaders MORE should "explain why he has singled me out" for accusations that Khan has "done a very bad job on terrorism". He defended the protests to Sky TV on Friday, saying, "it's not for me to decide what's in good taste, or bad taste".

Brooke Singman is a Politics Reporter for Fox News. Further, for all of 2017, the homicide rate per 100,000 population was 1.2 for London, compared with 3.4 for NY. I think he's got what it takes, Trump told the Sun.

A blimp depicting President Trump as a nappy-wearing baby was raised in the air in Parliament Square.

Opponents of Donald Trump flew a six-meter blimp of "Baby Trump" on Friday to protest against the controversial visit of the US President to the UK.

President Trump, who will also spend time with the Queen during his stay, said: "I think they like me a lot in the UK".

"And President Trump has done very many interviews talking about me". "I'm not going to rise to President Trump's views". "I am very strong on immigration".

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