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Takeaways from trump’s tough talk at the NATO
Where does the alliance stand after the summit? To weigh-in. gen. Anthony Tata, and Rebeccah Heinrichs.
President Trump on Thursday waded in the UK battle over Brexit, the doubts about the Prime Minister, Theresa May’s approach to leave the European Union, by suggesting it is what the British voted for it.
Prior to departure to London, he told reporters in Brussels in the midst of a summit with the heads of government of NATO countries, not to say that “it is for me,” should what to do in the UK. But later in his speech, he stated that he did not agree with the current approach.
“I would say Brexit said agreed is Leaving…the people, to break them,” Trump. “So I would imagine … this is going to do, what you are, but maybe you are going to take a slightly different route. So I don’t know if this is what you chose.”
“I just want people to be happy and they are great people,” he said before adding: “I know what is going on with the negotiations. Who knows?”
His remarks came shortly before he flew to London for a three-day working visit, where he will meet with both May and Queen Elizabeth II.
Trump has due reference to the protests, held in London on Friday.
“There may be protests, but I think people, they like me a lot, and they agree with me on immigration. I think this is why they Leak in the first place because of immigration,” he said.
BORIS JOHNSON to give up, BECAUSE the BRITISH foreign Minister, MAY LEAVE THE GOVERNMENT ON the BRINK OVER BREXIT
Can the Minister Boris Johnson and Leakage Secretary David Davis this week in protest of your latest Brexit plan is fighting for her political life after the resignation of foreign critics say, is too soft and makes the UK a “colony” of the E. U.
The high-profile resignations were aroused, Can support sophisticated members of the Cabinet, a plan for Brexit the UK would include some in the internal market and the signing of a “common rulebook” for the goods.
Johnson, a vocal supporter of Trump, suggested that Maybe the submission was Brussels.
“It is as if we send our vanguard in the battle with the white flags fluttering over them,” he wrote in his resignation letter.
Trump has praised Johnson and suggested that he will talk to the former foreign Minister, while in London.
“I like him,” Trump Johnson said on Tuesday. “Boris Johnson is a friend of mine.”
When asked whether he would remain in power, the President replied: “This is the people—to me.”
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.
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