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President Trump backtracks on comments about the Prime Minister, Can the processing of Brexit; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports from London.
President Trump will travel to great Britain and France in June, announced on the anniversary of the D-Day landings, the White house on Tuesday.
“President Donald J. Trump and wife Melania Trump accepted the invitation of her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to visit the United Kingdom from June 3, 5, 2019,” a statement said. “This state visit is to affirm the solid and special relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom.
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Trump also participate in a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May will attend a ceremony in Portsmouth on the occasion of the 75 anniversary of D-Day, before the trip to France, on 6. June, to attend a ceremony at the Normandy American cemetery and meeting with the French President, Emmanuel Macron.
Trump’s visit to the two countries, but Trump’s visit to Britain will be to visit part of a state-an aspect that was absent when he visited the country last year, a working visit and where he sparked a significant anti-Trump protest in London, as well as a number of smaller pro-Trump rallies.
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Trump has a somewhat rocky relationship with both, and Macron. While his relationship with Mai has been largely positive, he has criticized publicly, your plan for dealing with the UK leaving the European Union.
The relationship with a Macron, on the other hand, hit a high last year when the Frenchman visited the White house and was warmly embraced by the President (“He’s perfect,” Trump said in front of the press). But later, criticism of the French defence bitter about such topics as Trump’s expenditure, to begin with rates, and Trump’s move, withdrawing troops from Syria.
According to Macron said in November, to build Europe, to protect their own army, “we find ourselves in relation to China, Russia, and the United States of America,” Trump called the remarks “very insulting” and pointed to the French capitulation to Germany in the second world war-in front of the Macron beat consent values.
“He just wanted to be on a different topic,” he said.
Fox News’ Kristin Brown contributed to this report.