Trump meets with Theresa May after candid British tabloid interview

Trump meets with Theresa May after candid British tabloid interview

Trump's denial Friday echoed what the White House said late Thursday, when press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders offered this: "The president likes and respects Prime Minister May very much".

US President Donald Trump has lobbed a verbal hand grenade at Theresa May saying the British PM has wrecked the UK's exit from the European Union and killed any chances of a free trade deal with the US.

"I guess when they put out blimps to make me feel unwelcome, no reason for me to go to London", the president said.

"Let's not forget that the hope of a quick trade deal with the United States was a significant factor in Theresa May's decision to invite Trump in the first place".

Trump first met May Thursday night and the pair spoke for about 90 minutes and attended a state dinner.

In the Sun story, Trump also criticized London Mayor Sadiq Khan, the city's first Muslim mayor who's been highly critical of Trump's immigration policies.

"I would have done it much differently", he told The Sun, which urged its readers to back Brexit before a referendum in June 2016.

Speaking to reporters in Belgium after a fiery Nato Summit, Trump had described the United Kingdom as a "hot spot right now with a lot of resignations" and dismissed the prime minister's Chequers plan on the next stage of Brexit.

Britain has had a sharp lesson in dealing with U.S. President Donald Trump's appetite for disruption. 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 is important for him to see will show the people that he is prejudiced against that we are behind them".

"I think he is a great representative for your country", he said.

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The US president left Mrs May badly wounded when he criticised her negotiating style, lavished praise on Boris Johnson and attacked her Brexit plan in an interview with The Sun.

But on Friday, Trump said that after speaking with May and her advisers he had been convinced a trade deal "absolutely will be possible".

The U.S. can not negotiate a trade deal with the United Kingdom until that date Theresa May cited, which is in 2019.

"I think he's got what it takes".

On his prospects of entering Downing Street at some point, he said: "Well I am not pitting one against the other". "Right now we're going to be talking about some things taking place in the Middle East and elsewhere".

"Trump...has unleashed an absolute tsunami of misogyny and racism, and he has normalized the extremist forces in the world", one protester told the BBC.

The man behind the balloon said the juvenility of his idea was a match for the juvenility of the president.

"They asked for my opinion and I think you will agree I said Brexit will happen, and it did happen".

"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".

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