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Brexit: Everything you need to know
To leave the United Kingdom planned by the European Union on 29. March 2019, this is outlet everything you need to know about the pro-British EU exit and anti-British EU groups in the UK.
LONDON – the UK woke up Friday to discover that the President had thrown the Trump, fuel in the country is already fiery political debate-on a day he held a joint press conference with under-siege Prime Minister, Theresa May, to meet with Queen Elizabeth II, and witness tens of thousands of demonstrators marching through London to protest his three-day working visit.keep
Trump came on Thursday to scattered protests in front of Downing Street and the residence where he is staying. But after a dinner Can contain, The Sun published an extraordinary interview with Trump, the President doubled down on his criticism of may’s concept for the handling of Britain’s departure from the European Union.
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In this interview, he said, that the new, softer approach to Brexit-what’s the UK glue left on a “common regulatory framework” with Brussels over the goods — the chances of a sought-after US-British trade would kill to offer.
“We are not below crack now on the European Union, because they treated the United States fairly on the trade,” he told The sun. “No, if you would do that, I would say that probably at the end of an important trade relationships with the United States.”
While he did praise Can in the interview, he also said Can’t his advice on Brexit, something he said was “in order would have taken.”
“I think it would be very different. I told actually, Theresa May, how they do it, but they did not agree, you wouldn’t listen to me,” he said, before he said the negotiations had gone on “too long.”
The comment marks a devastating blow for May, who is fighting for his political life after the announcement, their plan, their Cabinet in the last week. This plan is the resignation of a number of officials, including foreign Minister, Boris Johnson and Leakage Secretary David Davis.
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The formal “white paper” outlined the plans, which was released on Thursday, and to get first appeared, little enthusiasm from the Conservatives, the Labour y, or E. U. officials. It could eventually also result in a challenge to the leadership against by those Tories in favour of a so-called “hard Brexit” — are likely to be quiet, is delighted by Trump’s comments.
Trump is likely to be stung, even more, by continuing to praise Johnson. Trump has not excluded that in conversation with Johnson, while he said in the UK, and in his interview, that Johnson could have a future as a market leader.
“Well, I’m not pitting one against the other,” he said. “I’m just saying that he would be a great Prime Minister. I think he has what it takes.”
In the interview, he also declared that Britain would “lose their culture” through mass migration, and threw would have done the London mayor Sadiq Khan “a very bad job against terrorism”.
The White house quickly sent out a statement in the course of the Interviews, play connections, between may and trump.
“The President and respected Prime Minister you Can a lot like. As he said in his interview with the sun, ‘is a very good man”, and he never said anything bad about your “” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said. “He thought she was great on the NATO today, and is a really great person. He is grateful for the wonderful welcome of the Prime Minister here in the UK”
Trump’s interview dominated the country, the TV and radio discussions, the MPs Twitter feeds, and the headlines — all with a focus on the trump, the opening salvo against the.
“The Brexit will occupy US for kill, says Trump,” ran in The Times in London.
“The President’s attack on may day, The” Daily Mail Brexit said.
“May the destroyed Escape…US deal is off!” ran the sun, The Trump cover on seven pages.
In London, the Prime Minister, the allies are desperately trying to blunt the damage from what was a chaotic week for May, as she struggles to keep her Cabinet and party to Escape a lot more.
“Donald Trump is in many ways a controversia list, that is his style, this is the color he is on the stage of this world. It is in this sense very unconventional. I don’t think we see it as rude,” Tory MP Alan Duncan, said on BBC Radio 4, as he had offended parried claims of Labour members, the Trump.
Trump met May on Friday morning and holds a press conference with her later in the day, where his Interviews and his views about the Leakage is likely to be one of the most important issues. He also will meet with Queen Elizabeth II.
Meanwhile, two separate protests were planned, to push back on London, against his visit, expected to be tens of thousands of protesters, with at least one rally with a “trump-baby” – balloon the been approved, you will fly over the Parliament Square. A pro-Trump-rally is planned for Saturday outside the U.S. Embassy.
Fox News’ Serafin Gomez contributed to this report.
Adam Shaw is a reporter covering the American and European politics for Fox News.. He can be reached.