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Explainer Why is Northern Ireland such a big deal in Theresa May’s Brexit negotiations

Explainer Why is Northern Ireland such a big deal in Theresa May’s Brexit negotiations

Mr Trump described Brexit as a "very tough situation. between the borders and the entries into the countries and all of the things", saying: "The only thing I ask is that she work it out so that we can have very even trade".

He added that there was "a tremendous opportunity to double, triple, quadruple" trade between the usa and the UK.

Meanwhile, a poll by SkyData revealed 51% of people thought Trump was right to make his views of Brexit public. Over 50,000 people are expected to descend on central London on Friday to protest the leader's visit.

"Yes, we'll be talking about the trade issues - and we're looking for the time when we leave the European Union - we'll be able in the implementation period to negotiate and sign trade deals with the rest of the world".

The two leaders said they'd complete a trade deal between their countries as soon as the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, after Trump told the Sun newspaper in an interview published Thursday that an accord might not be possible because of her decision to maintain ties with the EU. May pursued her strategy, the USA probably wouldn't sign a trade deal with Britain. It was during that trip to Washington that she invited him to the UK. "I think he has done a very bad job on terrorism", he said. "If the strategy at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation was to shore up more spending in some ways, the president didn't want to take the win that he had because actually North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies have been increasing spending on their own defense, which they haven't yet hit the deadline for in 2024".

It also came just days after Mrs May said she believed she would be implementing plans for a new trade deal with the USA during his visit. "Standing beside her today, he told a very different story".

Mr. Trump stoked the flames of the discontent in an interview with The Sun that was published on Friday just hours before the President and Ms.

"I loved the fact that the president wouldn't take a question from CNN". "You can't walk away because if she walks away that means she's stuck".

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In his interview with The Sun, Trump slammed May over her "soft" Brexit plan, which has put May's standing as the head of the Conservative Party in jeopardy.

Trump previously sat down with Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg in February to make a $4 billion deal to replace the current 747s used for Air Force One, Fox News reported.

"I have a lot of respect for Boris".

Soon after Trump arrived at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire for a gala black tie dinner on Thursday night, The Sun newspaper published an interview with the U.S. President that is likely to embarrass his host.

Trump told The Sun, "No, no, no, no". He obviously likes me, and says very good things about me.

"I think he thinks I'm doing a great job". "I think you are losing your culture".

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders later told reporters Trump was "thankful for the wonderful welcome" he received in Britain.

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