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Trump warns, Can Brexit plan ‘to kill’ future US trade deal
President Trump criticised the UK Prime Minister, Can the processing of Brexit; Tom Rogan of the Washington Examiner shares insight on ” The story.’
President of the Trump of the British Prime Minister, Theresa May’s handling of the Brexit Thursday, criticized The newspaper “Sun told” that their plan was “very unfortunate” and would “probably” to kill a possible trade deal between the United States and the United Kingdom
The comments could be called a stroke, Can the government, which is struggling to stable itself, to keep after two important members of the Cabinet-including foreign Minister, Boris Johnson — resigned in protest earlier this week in its plan, the United Kingdom and the European Union in a free market for goods, with a rather distanced relationship for services.
When asked about the ongoing negotiations between the government and the EU about the conditions of their divorce, the Trump, The Sun said: “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.
“You wanted to go the other way. I actually would say that you probably went the opposite way. And that’s fine, you should negotiate in the best way she knows how. But it is a pity what is going on.”
May, to “Remain” in the 2016 referendum on EU withdrawal, proposed earlier Thursday that Britain and the Block would hold to a “common regulatory framework” with the EU for goods and agricultural products in return for free trade, without customs duties at the border or customs controls. Such a resolution would be the prevention of interference for automotive manufacturers and other manufacturers that source parts from several countries.
The plan is angry, so-called “Brexiteers,” referring to a possible US-UK trade deal as one of the greatest boons that the leave of the 27-member bloc.
But Trump threw cold water, that the view, in his Sun interview, said: “If you do, a business such as the [plan’s], we would be dealing with the European Union, instead of dealing with the UK, so it will probably be the business of killing … We have enough trouble with the European Union. We are harder now on the European Union, because they are not treated the United States fairly on the trade.”
Trump even went so far as to the question of whether or not the plan was a true withdrawal from the European Union: “The deal is striking a much different thing than that which the people voted. It was not the deal that was in the people’s vote.”
In response to the interview, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement that Trump “likes and respects Prime Minister Can be very much. As he said in his interview with the sun, ‘is a very good man”, and he never said anything bad about you’. 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”
While Trump was critical, he was full of praise for Johnson, which he called “a very talented guy.”
“I was very sad to see, he was from the government, and I hope he goes back, eventually. I think he is a great representative for your country.”
When asked if Johnson could be replaced, Possibly as Prime Minister, Trump said: “Well, I’m pitting one against the other. I’m just saying, I think he would be a great Prime Minister. I think he has what it takes.”
Johnson, a former mayor of London, was the most prominent supporters of Brexit, and resigned as foreign Minister after reportedly calling the plan a “turd.” Johnson was more diplomatic in his letter of resignation, warning that the UK “led for the status of a colony” within the EU.
Trump had harsh words for the current mayor of London Sadiq Khan, an ardent critic of the President, said Khan “has a terrible job” to run Europe’s third-largest city.
“I think he did a very bad job on terrorism. I think he did a bad job on crime, when you see all the terrible things that are happening there, with all the crime that is introduced.”
The President warned that Britain and Europe is “losing its culture” through mass migration.
“I think he’s changed the fabric of Europe and, unless you act very quickly, it will never be what it was, and I don’t mean that in a positive way.”
The interview was published online may welcomed Trump in a lavish welcome reception in Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Winston Churchill. Trump, the staff decided to hold him, largely from the Central office in London, and the swarms of demonstrators are expected to protest the President’s every move during his two-day stay in the UK
Fox News’ Serafin Gomez and The Associated Press contributed to this report.