“I’m not going to stay in London during his visit to the UK, if I’m not happy,” trump
American President Donald trump does not share the views of the British Prime Minister Theresa may concerning the procedure of exit from the EU (Brexit).
Trump vs Mei: the withdrawal of Britain from the EU
Moreover, the US leader assured her repeatedly personally talked about this.
“I would have spent Brexit quite differently. Generally speaking, I told Theresa may how to act, but she didn’t listen to me, she went the opposite way. Fine, let that talks as it sees fit. But what is happening is very bad. The deal she offers, is very different than what people voted in the referendum”, – said the President of the United States.
According to trump, the UK will try not to lose close relations with the EU, but then, obviously, it threatens diplomatic escalation with America.
“So our bilateral agreement, this option kills. No, I never called may a “masterful teacher”, she’s a very sweet lady. By the way, I think Boris Johnson would be a great Prime Minister. I’m not going to stay in London during his visit to the UK, if I’m not welcome and are going to organize protests, but in fact, the citizens love me. If you did an honest poll, you’d see how popular I am. People want the same as me. Immigration is destroying Europe, and it’s a shame. That is why the British people voted” – he concluded.
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As reported by the portal “Know.ia”, the American President Donald trump said that London is planning to leave the EU but maintain close relations of Britain with the common market of the Union, and this desire may hinder the conclusion of ambitious trade agreement with the United States. In addition, recently in the UK has resigned the Minister out of the European Union David Davis. According to official data, the cause of such a rapid and unexpected solutions are diplomatic misunderstandings with the British Prime Minister Theresa may. It recently announced plans to maintain close economic relations with the EU after Brexit. Agreed one of the first with such a proposal and the foreign Minister, Boris Johnson.