Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Palace releases details of Donald Trump's meeting with the Queen

Palace releases details of Donald Trump's meeting with the Queen

Many Britons who awoke to the visiting U.S. President Donald Trump's fusillade against the country, its prime minister's European Union exit strategy, its immigration policy and personal attacks on London's mayor Sadiq Khan - effectively blaming him directly for terror attacks in the capital city - may feel they are in a similar situation as they roll out the red carpet to a world leader seemingly intent on denigrating their nation.

"I think they like me a lot in the UK", Trump said in Brussels. But it was his comments about Brexit just before arriving that have already caused difficulty for Ms. May.

Trump is also arriving following a chaotic North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit.

"I would say Brexit is Brexit", he added.

Earlier today, Mr Trump appeared to support Boris Johnson, who resigned over the direction of Brexit. In it Trump blasted May for wrecking Brexit.

"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".

"I would have done it differently. I'm not sure that's what they voted for".

"I'm going to a pretty hot spot right now, right?"

Ms. May quickly moved to fix the damage.

"The deal she is striking is a much different deal than the one the people voted on".

After The Sun story was published, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said the president "likes and respects Prime Minister May very much", adding that he said in the interview she "is a very good person", and that he "never said anything bad about her". "Now he might not like the current president, but I represent the United States".

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Anti-Trump protesters lined the roadway leading to the palace near Oxford - but it's unlikely the Trumps even saw them.

Hundreds of thousands of protesters are expected to demonstrate against his visit in London.

"Allowing the immigration to take place in Europe is a shame". A demonstration supporting Mr. Trump is also scheduled to take place in London on Saturday.

In another setback, however, Trump also praised the plan's chief critic, Brexiteer Boris Johnson, saying he was "a very talented guy". She was hoping to win over critics of her Brexit proposal with the release of a 104-page document outlining details of the plan.

He had used a Thursday morning press conference in Brussels to attack the prime minister's Brexit plan and highlight cabinet divisions.

Instead, May's proposal seeks an association agreement with the European Union, with a free trade area for goods.

The plan has infuriated fervent Brexit supporters, who think sticking close to the bloc would limit Britain's ability to strike new trade deals around the world.

Daniel Jones, a charity communications officer who helped organize the blimp, said the stunt was supposed to make people smile while also underlining serious criticism of the USA leader.

"If they do that, then their trade deal with the USA will probably not be made".

Free trade would not apply to services, which account for 80 per cent of the British economy.

The shadow policing minister, Labour MP Louise Haigh, said, "It has emerged that officers being accommodated in Essex are sleeping on cots in squash courts, 100 female officers with four toilets between them, likely to be sleeping on mats tonight, 300 male officers with five toilets between them".

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