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"I would have done it much differently", he told The Sun, which urged its readers to back Brexit before a referendum in June 2016. "All of these things are evident in Trump's policies and this is our opportunity to protest against them", she added.
-British trade deal after she failed to take his advice on how to negotiate.
'We'll make everything possible if the president wants to do something, ' he added. Central to plans for a post-Brexit Britain is a free trade deal with the U.S.
The outpouring of public opposition against him on the streets of London was composed of two separate gatherings, a women's march that began in the morning and a demonstration by the Stop Trump coalition scheduled for the afternoon.
"No, no, no, no". "I think it is important for him to see it.it will show the people that he is prejudiced against that we are behind them". "We got what we came for, and our special relationship is still very special".More news: In Egypt discovered mysterious giant sarcophagus head
Brexit hardliners such as Johnson and the former Brexit minister David Davis, who resigned just before Johnson did, see May's plan as a betrayal-they don't want to be aligned with European Union rules at all. "I think he (Khan) has done a very bad job on terrorism", Trump told The Sun newspaper. I like a lot of people in the United Kingdom.
The American president also praised Boris Johnson, who just resigned as Britain's foreign secretary earlier this week because he did not approve of May's negotiations over Brexit.
But older voters who voted for Brexit in far greater numbers than their juniors, were much more likely to say Mr Trump could be trusted: 51% of people aged 55 and over consider Mr Trump trustworthy, while 62% of 18-34s think he is not to be trusted.
In the Sun interview, which was conducted during Wednesday's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels, Trump renewed attacks on Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, with whom he has a long-running feud.
He added: "You have a mayor who has done a awful job in London".More news: Cate Shortland to direct Marvel’s ‘Black Widow’ solo movie
"The president of the United States of America will regretfully have the red carpet rolled out for him by this Conservative government", Ian Blackford, the Scottish National Party's leader in the Westminster Parliament, told lawmakers on Wednesday.
The Sun said the interview was conducted Thursday in Brussels, before Trump traveled to Britain.
But note that Sanders quoted Trump while asserting that he "never said anything bad about her".
"I think it changed the fabric of Europe and, unless you act very quickly, it's never going to be what it was and I don't mean that in a positive way", he said.
The agenda for Trump and May on Friday includes discussion on relations with Russian Federation, ahead of a summit in Finland on Monday between Trump and President Vladimir Putin.
"Look around", he said. "You go through certain areas that didn't exist ten or 15 years ago".More news: Putin hosts aide to Iran's supreme leader amid Syria talks
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.
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