Donald Trump and Theresa May accommodate amid Brexit storm

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Mr Trump’s talk comes as protesters – both anti and pro-Trump – ready to impetus on Friday

Theresa May and Donald Trump are holding talks during her nation shelter Chequers, following his argumentative comments on a PM’s Brexit plan.

In an interview with a Sun, Mr Trump pronounced a PM’s devise would “probably kill” any trade understanding with a US.

But on Friday, he pronounced he and Mrs May had “probably never grown a improved relationship” than during this outing – his initial to a UK as president.

Meanwhile, a hulk airship of Mr Trump as a baby is floating in executive London.

It is partial of a proof in Parliament Square, one of many due to take place opposite a UK on Friday.

In his talk with a Sun, Mr Trump also pronounced that former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson – who disagrees with a PM on Brexit and quiescent this week – would make a “great primary minister”, adding “I consider he’s got what it takes”.

He also renewed his critique of London Mayor Sadiq Khan over final year’s apprehension attacks in London, observant he had finished “a terrible job”.

Downing Street has not nonetheless reacted to Mr Trump’s remarks, though Chancellor Philip Hammond pronounced a talks will be “very positive”.

Theresa May has been creation a case for a US giveaway trade deal, and says Brexit is an “unprecedented opportunity” to emanate jobs in a UK and US.

The US boss and his wife, Melania, were given a red runner accepting during Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire on Thursday evening.

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They were during a black-tie cooking with Mrs May as news pennyless of his talk with a newspaper, that pronounced it was conducted while he was in Brussels.

After it was published, White House mouthpiece Sarah Sanders pronounced a boss “likes and respects Prime Minister May unequivocally much”, adding that he had “never pronounced anything bad about her”.

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Protesters nearby Blenheim Palace creation their feelings famous on Thursday

Mr Trump – who has been a long-time believer of Brexit – told The Sun that a UK’s plans for a post-Brexit family with a EU was “a most opposite understanding than a people voted on”.

He pronounced the Brexit proposals Mrs May and her cupboard thrashed out during a PM’s nation chateau Chequers final week “would substantially finish a vital trade attribute with a United States.”

“We have adequate problem with a European Union,” he said, observant a EU has “not treated a United States sincerely on trading”.

‘I told May how to do it’

He also pronounced Mrs May had not listened to his recommendation on how to do a Brexit deal, saying: “I would have finished it most differently.

“I indeed told Theresa May how to do it though she didn’t agree, she didn’t listen to me. She wanted to go a opposite route,” he said.

Tom Newton Dunn, a Sun publisher who interviewed Mr Trump, pronounced a US boss seemed “sensitive” and knew about a “Trump baby” inflatable.

“He’s unequivocally utterly stung by a critique he’s been getting,” pronounced Mr Newton Dunn. “He knew all about a baby blimp. we consider it harm him.”

Media captionThe Sun publisher who interviewed Donald Trump says a boss “really cares” what people in Britain consider of him.

The BBC’s domestic editor, Laura Kuenssberg, pronounced Mr Trump’s talk had “driven a bulldozer” by Mrs May’s explain that a UK would be means to get decent trade deals with a wider world, while adhering to a EU rules.

But Foreign Office apportion Sir Alan Duncan pronounced things had “moved on” given Mr Trump’s talk – that was carried out before he arrived in a UK – and a mood during Thursday night’s cooking was “fantastically certain and did concentration a lot on trade”.

The supervision does not see Mr Trump’s poise as “rude”, pronounced Sir Alan, adding: “Donald Trump is a controversialist. That’s his style.”

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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan shielded his preference to concede a hulk Trump baby inflatable to fly over London, saying: “The thought that we extent a right to critique since it competence means corruption to a unfamiliar personality is a sleazy slope”.

And, responding to Mr Trump’s critique of his response to terrorism, Mr Khan pronounced it was “interesting” that he “is not criticising a mayors of other cities” that have also gifted apprehension attacks.

Media captionSadiq Khan, Mayor of London: “It’s not for me to be a censor”

Meanwhile, Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry pronounced a PM “should be station adult to [Mr Trump]” after he “slagged her off”, instead of holding his hand.

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Mr Trump quickly hold Mrs May’s palm as they went adult a stairs

Mr Trump’s comments came on a same day a UK supervision published a offer for a long-term attribute with a EU.

The plan is directed during ensuring trade co-operation, with no tough limit for Northern Ireland, and tellurian trade deals for a UK. Mrs May pronounced a devise “absolutely delivers on a Brexit we voted for”.

But after ministers reached an agreement on a devise during Chequers a week ago, heading Brexiteers Boris Johnson and David Davis quiescent from a cabinet.

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Mrs May and Mr Trump are examination a corner counter-terrorism practice by British and US special army during a troops base.

The span will afterwards transport to Chequers – a PM’s nation chateau in Buckinghamshire – for talks also being attended by Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

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Extra confidence is in place to military protests designed for a second day of Mr Trump’s visit.

The boss and initial lady will transport to Windsor on Friday afternoon to accommodate a Queen, before drifting to Scotland to spend a weekend during Mr Trump’s Turnberry golf resort. This partial of a revisit is being deliberate private.