I didn't criticise Theresa May to The Sun

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Despite an audio recording being released of the interview, Mr Trump claimed he "didn't criticise" the PM and said he has a "lot of respect" for her.

"I used to love London as a city", Trump said.

Trump has also frequently angered British politicians and has been involved in social media spats with London's Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan who Trump said had "done a very bad job on terrorism".

"If Liam Fox can play golf he should leg it to Scotland tonight - if he can't salvage a trade deal with the President then the white paper isn't worth salvaging", he said.

In his interview with The Sun, Trump reiterated his frustration with past U.S. administrations, saying they failed to act to rectify the disparity in financial commitment between the United States and its North Atlantic Treaty Organisation partners.

Yet supporters of Brexit see a US trade deal as a central plank of their strategy: Vote Leave, the campaign to leave the European Union, said post-Brexit trade deals centering on the United States could create 284,000 jobs.

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"I think he has not been hospitable to a government that is very important", Trump told Britain's Sun newspaper.

The headline in question: "TRUMP'S BREXIT BLAST Donald Trump told Theresa May how to do Brexit "but she wrecked it" - and says the USA trade deal is off".

Parakilas said: "Trump has bizarrely called his own interview, which was on the record, fake news".

"We have left North Atlantic Treaty Organisation with more money, more spirit, more unity than even before", Trump said.

May echoed that, saying, "I think we have already struck up a good relationship". Indeed, British lawmakers from both sides of the aisle seized on Trump's remarks to warn May against placing too much faith in the volatile president as Britain prepares to exit the European Union next March.

"People coming here nowadays feel very hopeless about what is happening". There is nothing to suggest the hard-nosed dealmaker would go easier on Britain, and he may press hard for lower tariffs and easier access for USA industry to Europe's second-biggest economy.

Fresh from a contentious meeting with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders in Brussels in which he demanded member nations contribute more for their collective defense, Trump made a number of incendiary remarks to the British tabloid that are sure to provide fodder for his critics in the United Kingdom and Europe. It goes with "Fake Schmooze", and says Trump has been "forced" into a climbdown to patch things up with Theresa May.

Elinor: 'I'm protesting because I know that he is not a good president and the world is becoming more and more extreme, and this is just a sign of the extremity we have reached.

Asked earlier in the day whether he regrets his interview with British tabloid The Sun, Trump very visibly shook his head and rolled his eyes, turning to his aides with a look that showed his displeasure with the question. Anti-Trump protesters lined the road up to the building, but it is unlikely the Trumps - who arrived via helicopter - saw them.

The President and first lady Melania Trump capped off their visit by meeting Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle Friday evening.

Queen Elizabeth II has met every USA president since 1952, with the exception of Lyndon B. Johnson. "I think he's got what it takes".

Trump said he plans to raise a range of topics in his summit Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, including nuclear proliferation, which Trump said he considers the largest problem facing the world. I know they have had a lot of resignations.

"Depicting Trump as a baby is a great way of targeting his fragile ego, and mocking him is our main motivation", said Matthew Bonner, one of the organisers of the balloon flight.



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