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14 July 2018, 05:43 | Glen Norman
GETTYSimon Coveney urged Mrs May to speed up Brexit talks
May went ahead with publishing the 98-page "white paper" despite the resignation of two pro-Brexit Cabinet ministers and a growing rebellion from within her own party.
A spokesperson said, "As we leave the European Union, we will forge new and ambitious trade links around the world, while also maintaining our high standards on animal welfare and food safety".
Trump directly criticized May's Brexit strategy on the eve of their meeting, saying it probably killed off hope of a U.S. -UK trade deal.
Trump's interview with The Sun came before he flew into Britain on Thursday from Brussels, where he subjected North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to a roasting over their defence spending. "The only thing I ask of Theresa is that we make sure we can trade". "She should negotiate the best way she knows how, but it's too bad what's going on".
Director and chief executive Liz Cameron said: "We welcome the detail provided on the UK Government's approach to mobility, including the statement of intent to operate a UK-EU Youth Mobility Scheme and visa-free travel for tourism and short-term business activity. But Boris Johnson, I think would be a great Prime Minister".
Trump also heaped praise on Johnson, May's nemesis who resigned over the "soft Brexit" blueprint on Monday, suggesting he would "make a great Prime Minister".
Late a year ago, May herself criticized Trump for retweeting a message by a member of a British far-right group, and the speaker of parliament has said the president would not be welcome to address the chamber. The U.S. can not negotiate a trade deal with the United Kingdom until that date Theresa May cited, which is in 2019.
Mr. Trump, an ardent Brexit supporter, arrived in London on Thursday after a tumult of criticism levelled at Prime Minister Theresa May for her handling of Brexit.
The paper says that leaving the European Union will allow Britain to boost trade agreements with "old friends and new allies", with "frictionless" access to the European Union market. "Standing beside her today, he told a very different story".
"It was not the deal that was in the referendum", he told the newspaper.
Trump will later Friday take tea with Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle, before spending the weekend in Scotland on a private visit that will likely take in 18 holes at one of the property magnate's golf courses, where more protesters await him.
Meanwhile, a poll by SkyData revealed 51% of people thought Trump was right to make his views of Brexit public. I would actually say that she probably went the opposite way.
While insisting that he thinks May is a nice person, President Trump dismissed a report from The Washington Post that he thinks of the prime minister as "a bossy schoolteacher".
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