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Trump questions Britain's handling of Brexit, eyes bilateral trade deal

16 March 2019, 07:55 | Glen Norman

Trump questions Britain's handling of Brexit, eyes bilateral trade deal

Trump questions Britain's handling of Brexit, eyes bilateral trade deal

Trump made the remark during a news conference in the Oval Office with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar during the prime minister's annual trip to the White House and Capitol Hill.

Speaking about his earlier private meeting with Mr Varadkar, the U.S. president said: "We discussed a lot of things, in particular we talked about Brexit, something that turned out to be a little more complex than they thought it be". I gave the Prime Minister my ideas on how to negotiate it and I think you would have been successful.

He lamented that the country is "being ripped apart" because of a long-standing political crisis that gripped the government and parliament.

"I can tell you it's a very complex thing that's going on right now", Trump said of Britain's drawn-out and drama-filled divorce from the European Union.

"I's a shame it has to be that way but I think we will stay right in our lane, ' said Mr Trump, who claimed 'I'm not sure anybody knows" what is happening.

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With May's second defeat over Brexit since January, the British people are facing a hard choice between no-deal Brexit or a delayed Brexit.

"As we celebrate our common heritage we also look to the future and work to continue peace in Northern Ireland".

Mrs Foster added: "Would we like the President of the United States to come to Northern Ireland?"

"I think it'll be a few years until the United Kingdom sorts itself out", predicted Varadkar.

Asked if Mr O'Rourke or former vice-president Joe Biden would be a bigger threat to him, Mr Trump replied: "Whoever it is, I'll take them on".

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Speaking on Thursday, Trump then took aim at the possibility of a second referendum on leaving the European Union, which he deemed "unfair" on those who had campaigned successfully for Brexit in 2016.

MPs have rejected May's withdrawal agreement by huge margins twice and will next vote on delaying Brexit on Thursday night.

Later Mr Trump said the United States and Ireland were bound together with ties of kinship and friendship.

"If they don't talk to us we are going to do something pretty severe economically".

Varadkar said Ireland isn't the only place where this is possible, but "every country where freedom and liberty are cherished". "Everything does. One way or the other, it's going to work out".

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