Britons back Trump on airing Brexit views

Postado Julho 13, 2018

"When Trump visits the United Kingdom on Friday the 13th of July this year, we want to make sure he knows that all of Britain is looking ... and laughing at him", the campaign page said.

He confirmed that he had threatened to pull United States troops out of Europe at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in Brussels during the week, but said the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries had come together and agreed to increase military spending which would make them stronger and more unified.

"No, no, no, no".

Trump then appeared to contradict himself by saying "fortunately we tend to record stories now, so we have it for your enjoyment", adding "it's called fake news", although it isn't clear how an audio recording of his interview could be fake news.

Trump told The Sun that conducted the interview while he was in Brussels for the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) summit, that UK's blueprint for its post-Brexit relations with the European Union was "a much different deal than the people voted on".

"I think he has not been hospitable to a government that is very important".

The Washington Post, which has often found itself being publicly attacked by the combative political leader, said it had "cast an immediate pall" over a visit in which he had been shown the red carpet treatment. "They are just a lobbyist for Amazon". "I have a lot of respect for the prime minister".

"I was very saddened to see he was leaving government and I hope he goes back in at some point".

"But from the public, the welcome will be far from warm", he added saying there would be protests across the country against Trump's "abysmal record on human rights, his repugnant attitude towards women and his disgusting treatment of minorities". Khan, London's first Muslim mayor, has been targeted by the president repeatedly on Twitter.

In response to a question about future trade after Brexit, Trump said: "I don't know what Britain is going to do but whatever you do is OK by me".

Organizers blasted audio in the direction of the ambassador's house, which they said was a recording of child migrants who had been separated from their parents while trying to enter the United States. "I think it changed the fabric of Europe".

The President went on to say former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who resigned over May's plan on Sunday, would "make a great Prime Minister".

Trump said he had made a suggestion to May on a negotiating tactic with Brussels that she had not taken because it was "maybe too brutal", but she could still use it if things took a turn for the worse. "I think he has done a very bad job on terrorism". Pointing at the corrugated metal barrier, she said, "He's obviously really scared".

"Look around", he said.

Marchers who started gathering Friday morning hoisted placards condemning Trump as a sexist and a racist, banged pots and pans, and chanted in anger.

Other politicians within May's Conservative party criticized Trump for insulting the prime minister as she hosted him for part of his four-day trip to Britain.